Airway symptoms may develop in menopausal women with no prior history of asthma following the initiation of hormone replacement therapy.
Opioids were prescribed to nearly 43% of patients newly diagnosed with diabetic peripheral neuropathy who were started on pain medications.
At follow-up, 65.9% of the treatment group and 8.5% of the control cohort exhibited improvements in painful diabetic neuropathy.
Investigators examined the effects of bariatric surgery on cancer risk in patients with NAFLD and severe obesity.
SGLT2i use was linked to reduced mortality and morbidity in a real-world cohort of patients with heart failure and diabetes.
The authors explore the etiology and clinical presentation of primary and secondary aldosteronism as well as medical and surgical treatment options.
Researchers determined the association between grip strength and distal radius bone density, size, and strength in both older men and women enrolled in the Framingham Osteoporosis study.
Intensive lifestyle intervention may increase the risk for cardiovascular disease for type 2 diabetes patients with overweight or obesity and poor glucose control.
Patients with type 1 and type 2 diabetes have a high risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD), but now, a new study shows that type 1 diabetes patients are more susceptible to both cardiovascular and renal disease.
Type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) is associated with an increased risk for Parkinson disease (PD), as well as more rapid PD progression.
Thyroid disease prevention strategies may help stave off AMD.
Vitamin D supplementation is associated with a 13% decrease in progression to diabetes in patients with prediabetes.
The Sydney AFF Score is a tool to help differentiate atypical from typical femur fractures in women, independent of bisphosphonate use.
Health wearable devices are effective intervention tools for reducing body weight in individuals with overweight/obesity and chronic comorbidities.
Bone loss in patients with kidney stone disease, particularly in men, has been underappreciated in clinical practice, according to investigators.
The USPSTF recommends screening for prediabetes and type 2 diabetes in overweight or obese adults aged 35 to 70 years.
Certain hemoglobin variants and conditions have been shown to affect red blood cell lifespan and hence may lead to false HbA1c results.
Overweight or obese men frequently have low serum testosterone concentrations, which is associated with increased risk of type 2 diabetes.
Although different insulin analogs, pumps, and sensors have been proven to work, studies have shown that few children and adolescents achieve recommended HbA1c targets.
Bariatric surgery was found to be safe for patients with congestive heart failure.