Researchers compared mortality and life expectancy among patients treated with bariatric surgery or usual obesity care to examine the impact of bariatric surgery’s affect on life expectancy.
Serotonergic antidepressants are effective for sleep disturbances in perimenopausal and postmenopausal women even without major depressive disorder.
The FDA approved therapies to treat pain, type 2 diabetes, hormone deficiency, and juvenile idiopathic arthritis in September 2020.
A longitudinal care model for diabetes management that puts registered nurses in charge of overseeing a proactive and personalized intervention for diabetes patients resulted in enhanced care.
After lipid monitoring guidelines were updated in 2018 by the AHA/ACC, researchers observed only a modest increase in patients completing lipid panels following statin initiation.
The prevalence of comorbidities in pediatric patients with alopecia areata was determined, using a large de-identified aggregated patient database.
Intrauterine exposure to maternal gestational diabetes is associated with an increased cardiovascular disease risk and risk factors in offspring up to age 35 years.
In the United States, less than one-quarter of women eligible for bone mineral density testing are screened, leaving many women at risk for fractures.
Researchers developed a quality improvement project protocol to describe ways to support diabetes management in psychiatric inpatient settings.
Study finds nurse practitioners should advocate for gender-affirming hormone therapy (GAHT) to alleviate depressive symptoms in transgender patients.
The relationship of palmoplantar plaque psoriasis and comorbidities known to be associated with generalized plaque psoriasis were examined.
Testing revealed that the product may have as low as 87% of the labeled amount of levothyroxine.
Unintended pregnancies were reported 7 times more often by patients who took antibiotics compared with those who took control medicines.
Researchers sought to determine whether triglyceride levels were independently associated with cardiovascular disease among patients with coronary artery disease and type 2 diabetes.
Results from a retrospective study found that obesity in men and younger patients with COVID-19 was associated with an increased risk for death.
Children who received a new diagnosis of type 1 diabetes during the COVID-19 pandemic are presenting with higher rates of diabetic ketoacidosis than in the previous 2 years.
Offspring of women with chronic hypertension were twice as likely to be hospitalized for an endocrine-related issue by the age of 18.
This study found that diabetic patients with COVID-19 had lower lymphocyte counts and longer hospital stays.
Researchers used electronic health records to further understand the clinical features and gaps in treatment approaches for patients with severe hypercholesterolemia.
Many children are eligible for type 2 diabetes screening, but few test positive for prediabetes or diabetes.