Primary care diabetes prevention programs that promote physical activity become less effective when patients experience depressive symptoms.
Compared with meat eaters, rates of ischemic heart disease lower, but rates of stroke higher.
The last 4 reported hepatitis A outbreaks during 1995 to 2009 were due to individual water systems.
A review of research reveals that a while ketogenic diet may hold some promise for individuals with mental health disorders, additional studies are necessary.
Higher levels of total physical activity, less time spent sedentary linked to lower mortality risk.
The AACE has produced a position statement addressing population-specific challenges and practical steps for clinicians with regard to diabetes care for African Americans, Latinx/Hispanics, Asian Americans, and Native Americans.
Microplastics are ‘ubiquitous in the environment’ and have been found in both bottled and tap water.
4 g daily EPA+DHA or EPA only effective and safe for use as monotherapy or in combination.
Increased gluten intake may increase celiac disease autoimmunity, celiac disease in at-risk children.
When mixed, the solution develops into a dangerous bleach.
Findings from prospective cohort study of sisters or half-sisters of women diagnosed with breast cancer.
No association seen between bone mineral density, vitamin D in patients with Parkinson disease.
Engaging in regular physical activity and taking active measures to reduce vascular risk may have a synergistic effect in delaying the progression of Alzheimer disease.
Higher neuromotor scores seen in infants at 1 month of age.
Med-EatPlan plus extra virgin olive oil linked to lower risk for starting first glucose-lowering medication.
Cutaneous SCC risk reduced for highest vs lowest quintile of vitamin A, retinol, some carotenoids.
Therapeutic weight loss is significantly associated with favorable hemodynamic effects in patients with obesity without a history of heart failure.
But no reduction seen in risk for adverse composite maternal, offspring complications with Med diet.
The National Physician Assistant Research Agenda has been updated to accurately reflect the profession’s impact on health outcomes as seen by other healthcare professionals.
Association was strengthened when healthy plant-based foods such as nuts and legumes were included.