Initial screening colonoscopy should occur at age 40-50 years, or 10 years before the age of the earliest-diagnosed first-degree relative.
An intensive, multifaceted online DPP intervention may be as effective as in-person DPP and help expand reach to those at risk.
Age may not be the colorectal cancer screening issue.
The risk of perimenopausal depression is estimated to be 45%-68%.
Nine of ten tumors were resectable and 85% of these patients survived at least 3 years.
MUNICH – No benefit for primary cardiovascular prevention seen in massive ASCEND trial.
There is convincing evidence that bone measurement tests and clinical risk assessment tools are accurate for predicting osteoporotic fractures in...
AMSTERDAM – Medical records from a large U.S. health system suggest that incident heart failure independently links to HIV infection.
And how pregnancy and childbirth affect dementia risk.