Use of Maintenance Therapy Suboptimal Before Asthma Exacerbations, New Research Finds
Many patients with moderate-to-severe asthma may not be using inhaled corticosteroids along with rescue medications to avoid serious disease exacerbations.
Navigating Cardiovascular Complications of Obesity: Expert Insights for Primary Care
Listen to our latest podcast episode for details on top CVD risk factors to screen patients with obesity for, medications to help prevent CVD, and more.
Telehealth Popularity May Not Stand the Test of Time: New Report
Telehealth use is waning consistently from its peak use during the pandemic, raising the question of what the future holds for virtual care.
Obesity & Type 2 Diabetes: An Expert Discussion
In our latest episode, 2 obesity experts discuss the importance of early intervention to reduce risk for complications, suggestions for managing patients in primary care, and more.
High Consumption of Ultraprocessed Foods Linked to Increased Risk of Depression
Results of a new study showed that greater intake of ultraprocessed foods, particularly artificial sweeteners and artificially sweetened beverages, was linked to a higher risk for depression.
Daily Dose: Oral Menopausal Hormone Therapy Associated with Higher Risk of NAFLD
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