Do Dairy Products Increase Risk of Parkinson Disease?
The largest study to date of a potential link between dairy intake and Parkinson disease found that risk varies depending on fat content and total intake. Details here.
Beta Blockers Heighten Risk of CV Events in T2DM
Post-hoc analysis of ACCORD trial data suggests the indication of beta blocker therapy in T2DM patients be more closely examined.
7 Top Diabetes Apps for Primary Care
Seven top diabetes apps for PCPs include insulin calculators, Rx algorithms, comorbidity support, and patient tracking tools.
New Genes Linked to COPD
Among the 13 new genes identified in this genome-wide association study, 4 have never before been linked to lung function.
2017 ADA Standards of Medical Care: Evidence-based Updates
Cardioprotection, diabetes anxiety, and hypoglycemia protection are just a few of the areas amended with new guidance.
Ethnic Differences in Ischemic Stroke Risk
In ischemic stroke subtypes in young-onset stroke, researchers identify a modifiable risk factor in a high-risk group.
Are Epilepsy and Type 1 Diabetes Linked?
Recent findings could explain underlying pathophysiology of these disorders and have therapeutic implications.
Home Use of Artificial Beta Cells
Artificial beta cell systems and insulin pumps went head-to-head in two trials with type 1 diabetes patients.
Stroke Risk with Long Work Hours
We know working long hours is bad for our health, but which risk is greater, coronary heart disease or stroke?
Improving Quality of Life in Epilepsy
A group of doctors looked at the effect of incorporating quality of life management with traditional medical therapy for epilepsy treatment.
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