A recent study on cardiovascular health in pregnant women is an important step toward the development of pregnancy-specific guidelines and...
PHOENIX – “Our next steps include examining potential reasons for these disparities, such as looking at primary care patterns over time, SLE...
PHOENIX – “Further study is needed across pregnancy and in other settings,” Dr. Perak said.
News from the FDA/CDC
Americans aged 65-75 years are significantly more likely than 50- to 64-year-olds to be up to date with colorectal cancer screening.
The study population consisted of 43,259 men in the Health Professionals Follow-up Study (1986-2012) who had no known history of cancer or...
PHOENIX – “Find the things you love to do and get moving,” Dr. ALaCroix advises.
Myth of the Month
Patients with seafood allergy have a higher rate of reactions to iodinated contrast, but not at a higher rate than patients with other food...
GRAPEVINE, TEX. – Inpatient postpartum testing captured 99 of 100 patients without sacrificing accuracy.
WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. –
From the Journals
Increases in trimethylamine N-oxide over 10 years were significantly tied to increased CHD risk in otherwise healthy women.