Patients with overactive bladders may experience stress, embarrassment, and a lowered quality of life. However, there are a number of lifestyle changes they can implement that may lessen their symptoms. Making some small changes can be easier than patients realize. What are some changes patients can make?
Regular consumption of ultraprocessed foods is associated with an increased risk for CV events and mortality, independent of other CV risk factors.
Patient characteristics, such as dialysis use and diabetes status, appeared to be influential factors.
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused large disruptions to physical activity, sleep, time use, and mental health among young adults.
Irritable bowel syndrome is rarely serious, but is still an inconvenience and a painful disorder for patients who have it. For patients who have IBS or are concerned they may have it, how can you explain the basics of how it is detected and managed?
Neither marine omega-3 fatty acids, EPA and DHA, nor vitamin D3 are associated with a reduction in the risk for incident AF.
Health wearable devices are effective intervention tools for reducing body weight in individuals with overweight/obesity and chronic comorbidities.
As activity levels decreased during the COVID-19 pandemic, the focus of activity switched from organized sports to individualized sports such as biking and walking.
Nearly 80% of patients in a recent study had very low serum zinc values, which raises concern for the advanced CKD population at large, according to investigators.
Illegal use of anabolic androgenic steroids (AAS) is associated with reduced serum insulin-like factor 3 (INSL3) for years following cessation
Higher plant protein intake and substitution of animal protein with plant protein are associated with a lower risk for all-cause mortality.
Researchers studied the effect of physical activity and risk for incident depression in patients with systemic lupus erythematosus.
Researchers tested whether aerobic exercise training altered morphine analgesic responses or reduced morphine dosages necessary for adequate analgesia.
High intake of refined grains may be associated with an increased risk for major cardiovascular disease events and mortality.
Experts debate the USDA-HHS’ decisions on sugar and alcohol intake limits in the updated Dietary Guidelines for Americans, 2020-2025.
The latest edition of the Dietary Guidelines for Americans includes recommendations for every stage of life including infants and toddlers, in addition to recommendations during pregnancy and lactation.
Drinking coffee is linked to a lower risk of heart failure, challenging previous assumptions about caffeine consumption and heart health.
Vitamin D is a biomarker of interest in the pancreatic cancer setting.
For stroke and myocardial infarction (MI) survivors, green tea consumption is associated with improved prognosis.
With food insecurity on the rise in the United States, we interview 2 authors of a study on food insufficiency in the US and its impact on mental health.