A new study found that post-hip fracture, less than 5% of elderly patients were started on osteoporosis medication despite high risk for recurrent fracture.
Mark L. Fuerst
Results include: The metabolic dangers of neuroleptic Rx in youth; prevalence of T2DM in minorities with severe mental illness; and gaps in care for mentally ill with T2DM.
Dupilumab is shown to alleviate asthma symptoms and improve a patient's ability to breathe better than standard therapy, according to a new study.
New study highlights why males are more prone to respiratory disorders than females, especially during early life.
Routine fasting for cholesterol tests could be eliminated by adopting a newer method for determining LDL cholesterol, according to a new study.
Treatment rates for dangerously high cholesterol levels remain low, according to a new study.
The prevalence of asthma in children is on the decline, but researchers still stress the importance of asthma education to not only children, but to parents and others involved in their care.
A new study finds cases of acute HCV infection increasing on pace with the rise in numbers of opioid abusers who inject drugs.
In a new study, the combination of hands-on in school asthma therapy and telemedicine visits proved a successful model that could be scalable.
Fractional exhaled nitric oxide concentration is a helpful tool that aids in asthma diagnosis. But it's not the only piece of the diagnostic puzzle.