More antibiotic prescriptions per person are written in wealthy areas of the United States as a result of competition among physicians and retail clinics, a team of researchers has found.
Nut consumption is associated with reduced total mortality risk and death due to cardiovascular disease, particularly ischemic heart disease, across different ethnic groups and people of low SES
Researchers from the University of Buffalo have found a way to improve remyelination for myelin-based diseases like multiple sclerosis (MS).
An analysis by the United States Government Accountability Office (GAO) has found that about 1/3 of older adults with dementia who resided >100 days in a nursing home in 2012 were prescribed an antipsychotic.
Many of the tests performed to screen for chronic kidney disease (CKD) may offer little clinical benefit on diagnosis and management, according to a research letter.
But most believe it puts children at risk, researchers find
Ipsen, in collaboration with the FDA is releasing a third batch of Increlex (mecasermin [rDNA origin]), since the initial resumption of product supply in May 2014.
Researchers find procedure leads to reduced depression and anxiety
Therapy reduces pain level by about one-third for up to a month
Patients found relief from foot pain in short study, but longer trials are needed
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