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Herd immunity drives down invasive pneumococcal disease in adults
Herd immunity generated by the introduction of the 13-valent pneumococcal conjugate vaccine in the United States — first in ...
‘Building blocks’ model significantly decreases opioid prescriptions
A model that researchers dubbed “Six Building Blocks” led to significant decreases in the proportion of patients on high-dose ...
Bempedoic acid/ezetimibe combination lowers LDL, CRP
Compared with placebo or either agent alone, a combination of bempedoic acid and ezetimibe lowered LDL to a greater degree, ...
Radius begins phase 3 study for wearable osteoporosis drug
Radius Health has initiated enrollment for a phase 3 clinical trial to assess the safety and efficacy of a wearable ...
Key clinical features distinguish peripheral, axial spondyloarthritis
HILTON HEAD, S.C. — In a duet session focused on spondyloarthritis, Grace Wright, MD, PhD, and Reeti Joshi, MD, detailed the ...
MI prevalence elevated in areas of high fast food availability
Areas with high density of fast food outlets had greater prevalence of MI compared with other areas, according to findings ...
'Boilerplate' contract details can be critical game changers for physicians
HILTON HEAD, S.C. — Fine print, or “boilerplate” provisions, at the end of a contract can often include critical details that ...
Researchers aim to better define development of Fanconi anemia in children
Researchers at West Virginia University have found that p53-TIGAR-mediated glycolytic suppression decreases DNA damage, improves chromosomal instability and consequently prevents premature exhaustion ...
LGBTQ community needs improved diabetes care
HOUSTON — Despite a dearth of information on how diabetes affects individuals in the LGBTQ community, diabetes care and education specialists can still better serve these patients, according to ...
Type 2 diabetes worsens sleep-related disturbances in menopause
Postmenopausal women with type 2 diabetes reported more sleep-related symptoms, such as frequent urination, excessive thirst ...
Women in ophthalmic research see career inequalities
The integration of women authorship in ophthalmic research is comparable to that of other medical specialties, but overall women authors are underrepresented when compared with men, according to a ...
CDC OKs new two-tier testing algorithm for Lyme disease
The CDC issued an updated recommendation for the serologic diagnosis of Lyme disease, endorsing the use of a two-tier testing ...