Breastfeeding for 2 or more months may reduce the odds of developing type 2 diabetes in mothers previously diagnosed with gestational diabetes.
Incident atrial fibrillation in older men can be predicted by central sleep apnea but not by obstructive apnea or hypoxemia.
As the pumpkin takes center stage this holiday season, read about the many benefits that the super fruit can provide year round.
Clinicians should prescribe generic medications over brand-name drugs when they can because the generics are less expensive and molecularly identical.
For osteoarthritis care, complexity, dissonance, and prioritization are three barriers in clinician and patient communication.
In 2014, the CDC reported the highest number of cases of chlamydia ever. These increasing rates are fueled by the population of gay and bisexual men.
A clinician misdiagnoses thyroid cancer as acid reflux in a patient who often comes to the clinic.
In the United States, the rate of prostate cancer screening is down, and the number of men diagnosed with the disease has also dropped.
A new formulation of intranasal naloxone - marketed as Narcan - has been FDA approved to help combat opioid abuse in the United States.
After an inconclusive autopsy, a hospital refuses to return a deceased patient's heart to his widow.