In Brazil, there is no age limit for practicing medicine. Many Brazilian physicians support periodic self-evaluations, but ...
Should HF with improved LVEF be treated more like HFrEF or HFpEF? There are scant clinical trial data to help answer that, ...
The risk for suicide is nearly seven times greater following a diagnosis of dementia in those younger than age 65 and within ...
Sepsis is among the most feared conditions for healthcare providers. These blood infections strike with such rapid intensity ...
Long-term antidepressant use is tied to an increased risk of adverse outcomes, including cardiovascular disease and all-cause ...
Smoking, the consumption of vegetables, sleep, and physical activity are associated with the risk of cardiovascular mortality ...
A mother's consumption of ultra-processed foods appears to be related to an increased risk of overweight or obesity in her ...
A recent case of polio is a wake-up call, says a pediatrician who outlines ways in which physicians can convince skeptical ...
It's okay for studies to be negative. Negative studies are just as important as positive ones because they tell us what does ...
The findings put ophthalmologists, primary care physicians, and neurologists on notice to use normal-tension glaucoma as a biomarker for AD screening.
Concerns about the lack of balanced information provided about left atrial appendage (LAA) closure procedures on the web pages of top US hospitals have been raised by a new study. The researchers ...
Among patients with heart failure with preserved ejection fraction (HfpEF), a low ratio of free triiodothyronine (T3) to free thyroxine (T4) was significantly associated with worsening HF.