New investigational therapeutics are undergoing clinical development.
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A recent article by Brown and Roffman reviews emerging targets and adjunctive agents under investigation, which may target the negative symptoms and cognitive impairment associated with schizophrenia.
This case details the potential dietary supplement adverse effect, thyrotoxicosis.
A recently published case study details the first known incidence of sulfa hypersensitivity in primary HIV.
A 48-year-old woman with multiple sclerosis (MS) experienced acute symptomatic sinus bradycardia after receiving high-dose intravenous corticosteroid therapy, also known as pulse steroid therapy (PST), for treatment of an acute MS flare.
An increasingly robust body of research points to the detrimental effect of unhealthy diets and nutrient deficiencies, and to the protective value of healthy diets – along with select nutritional supplements as required – for maintaining and promoting mental health.
Physicians are frequently called upon to assist fellow passengers who are ill during flight. A recent article addresses the ethical and legal considerations for physicians who provide medical services to patients during commercial flights.
Amphetamine-like analogues as a short term adjunct in management of exogenous obesity have several absolute contraindications like history of cardiovascular disease and hyperthyroidism, but not diabetes. A case study in Case Reports in Endocrinology describes a patient with a history of type 1 diabetes who experienced diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) after starting diethylpropion HCI for weight loss.
Iron is a most versatile element. But the very quality that makes iron so useful also makes it dangerous.
Are hormonal changes to blame, or something else?