Patients who regularly drank at least four cups of coffee a day were one-third less likely to have MS, compared with people who avoided coffee.
Particularly in men, the risk of hip fracture was increased considerably with lower body mass index combined with abdominal obesity.
Participants who reported being long sleepers faced double the risk of stroke when compared to those who reported average sleep times.
Nearly three-quarters of the children studied had viral infections -- either alone or in combination with a bacterial infection.
The Supreme Court ruling will help reduce restrictions to advance practice medical provider practice.
The highest amount of whole grain intake, compared with the lowest amount of whole grain intake, was significantly associated with reduced risk for CHD.
Pulmonary tuberculosis smear-positive for acid-fast bacilli was confirmed in all case patients.
Estimates suggests that primary-care providers can expect about 70 additional visits a year per year, or slightly more than one visit a week.
Patients who are resistant to aspirin may be at risk for larger, more severe strokes.
Centralized notification system might be more effective than messages from health care provider offices.