Colorectal cancer rates have been rising in younger people for years, and screenings are now recommended to begin at a younger age. How much and why have rates been increasing, and what preventive steps can you teach these patients to lessen their risk?
Researchers analyzed data from patients with chronic hepatitis B to identify predictors of relapse in those who discontinued NAs and determined if existing rules for stopping NA therapy can be improved.
Adolescent patients with bipolar disorder are at a uniquely vulnerable period in their lives, which presents challenges in treatment. What are some of their experiences and risks that medical professionals should be looking out for and communicating to parents?
High-risk children living in urban neighborhoods in the United States develop specific phenotypes of respiratory health vs disease, which may link environmental exposures in early life to childhood allergic sensitization and asthma.
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?
These 2 randomized, partly-masked studies aimed to address the emergence and spread of circulating vaccine-derived type 2 polioviruses and vaccine-associated paralytic poliomyelitis from Sabin monovalent OPV2.
The COVID-19 vaccine has been available to citizens for several months, but there are still racial disparities in who is receiving vaccinations. What do we know about these inequities, and what have some states been doing to try and remedy it?
A team of investigators conducted a randomized controlled trial to assess outcomes following salvage endoscopic surgery vs radiation therapy in patients with resectable, locally recurrent nasopharyngeal cancer.
Researchers evaluated the immunogenicity and reactogenicity of COVID-19 mRNA vaccines in pregnant and lactating women compared with women who were not pregnant and those who were naturally infected with SARS-CoV-2 during pregnancy.
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.