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Long COVID in the US: By the Numbers
February 03, 2023

How many Americans report having long COVID symptoms? Which demographics is long COVID more prevalent in? A new analysis sheds light.

US Obesity Care Organizations Release Consensus Statement
February 03, 2023

The 6 obesity care organizations are collaborating to overcome the roadblocks to effective and equitable treatment for the ubiquitous, chronic, and deadly disease.

How to Handle Medical Misinformation in the Clinic
February 03, 2023

These tips from a family physician on managing misinformation in the exam room can help reduce the spread of false and misleading narratives.

Migraine History May Be a Risk Factor for Pregnancy Complications: New Findings
February 03, 2023

Among women with prepregnancy migraine diagnosis, rates of gestational hypertension and preeclampsia were 28% and 40% higher, respectively, vs women without migraine.

Black and Hispanic Americans Less Likely to Receive Treatment for Post-Stroke Complications, Large Analysis Finds
February 02, 2023

Researchers found that Black and Hispanic Americans were less likely to be treated for certain poststroke complications, such as mood and spasticity, compared to White adults.

Daily Dose: Preeclampsia and Risk of Premature Ischaemic Cardiovascular Disease
February 02, 2023

Your daily dose of clinical news you may have missed.

Tezepelumab FDA-approved for Self-administration by Patients with Severe Asthma
February 02, 2023

The approval offers patients the choice to administer the monoclonal antibody at home using a prefilled device or to continue to receive it in a clinical setting.

Impact of Different MDD Classes of Treatment on Time to Response
February 02, 2023

Charles Montano, MD, and Carmen Kosicek, MSN, PMHNP-BC, comment on the impact of various classes of MDD treatments on time to achieve goals and/or response.

Current Challenges With MDD Treatment Options
February 02, 2023

Carmen Kosicek, MSN, PMHNP-BC, leads a discussion on the level of satisfaction for both patients and providers with currently available MDD treatment options, barriers to access, and the impact of residual symptoms on a patient’s quality of life.

Food Addiction Affects 1 in 8 Americans Over Age 50 Years: New Poll Findings
February 02, 2023

Intense craving for highly processed foods was so strong at least once a week for 24% of poll respondents that they couldn’t think of anything else.

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