A very low-carbohydrate, high-fat breakfast may be a practical and easy way for patients with type 2 diabetes to lower their overall exposure to postprandial hyperglycemia and improve glycemic variability.
For young women with anorexia nervosa, oral contraceptives may limit bone loss.
With the direct correlation between metformin use and vitamin B12 deficiency established, implementation of guidelines for B12 screening should be considered.
In vitro fertilization was shown to have a small but significant association with the development of childhood cancers.
For children with obesity, physical and mental health issues are highly prevalent, regardless of BMI class.
There is a positive association between use of topical corticosteroids and incident type 2 diabetes.
Pediatric patients with poorly controlled type 1 diabetes consider home-based video visits with healthcare providers to be feasible and satisfactory.
Early intervention for patients with diabetes in the hospital decreases hyperglycemia and hospital-acquired infections.
Bariatric embolization results in weight loss for up to 12 months, increase in quality of life.
Dr Gottlieb expressed that the FDA is committed to bringing competition to the insulin market to lower prices and expand patient access.
Trend of increasing obesity among 2- to 4-year-olds was reversed after 2009 changes.
Jatenzo indicated for men with low testosterone due to certain conditions.
The Endocrine Society has released new guidelines for clinicians treating older adults with diabetes.
Multiple pharmacologic therapies have been shown to reduce fracture rates in postmenopausal women with acceptable safety profiles
In addition to known predictors of apnea, diabetes-related foot disease, insulin treatment up risk.
Sustained virologic response to the HCV in patients with HCV and HIV coinfection is associated with a lowered risk of diabetes and mortality.
A standard acupuncture treatment may provide relief to women experiencing moderate to severe symptoms of menopause, such as hot flushes and day-to-night sweats.
Long-term use of systemic hormone replacement therapy may slightly increase the risk of developing Alzheimer disease.
As dyspareunia may cause distress or interpersonal conflict between women and their partners, healthcare providers should routinely ask about discomfort during intercourse, especially in menopausal patients.
Elderly men are significantly undertreated for osteoporosis.