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December 7, 2018

Hyperglycemia after intense exercise manageable in type 1 diabetes

By Marilynn Larkin, Reuters Health 
Patients with type 1 diabetes (T1D) can correct hyperglycemia following high-intensity interval training (HITT) using their usual insulin correction factor (ICF), researchers say...
Hyperglycemia after intense exercise manageable in type 1 diabetes
November 14, 2018

Too Many Influenza Patients Improperly Prescribed Antibiotics, Not Antivirals

By Brenda L. Mooney /alert Contributor
A new study provided a road-map for changing how acute respiratory infections, including influenza, are treated...
 
Too Many Influenza Patients Improperly Prescribed Antibiotics, Not Antivirals
October 28, 2018

ESMO 2018: Pembrolizumab Extends Quality Survival in NSCLC

By Annette M. Boyle /alert Contributor
A new analysis of the KEYNOTE 024 and KEYNOTE 010 trials found that patients who receive pembrolizumab not only live longer, they...
ESMO 2018: Pembrolizumab Extends Quality Survival in NSCLC
October 10, 2018

New Guidelines Focus on HER2 Testing in Breast Cancer

By Annette M. Boyle /alert Contributor
 
New Guidelines Focus on HER2 Testing in Breast Cancer
October 1, 2018

FDA Approves Duvelisib For Patients With CLL and Follicular Lymphoma

By David Costill
The FDA has approved duvelisib capsules for the treatment of adults with relapsed or refractory chronic lymphocytic leukemia...
FDA Approves Duvelisib For Patients With CLL and Follicular Lymphoma
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Inflammatory bowel disease tied to MI risk

By Lisa Rapaport (Reuters Health) - People with inflammatory bowel disease may be up to 12 times more likely to suffer myocardial infarction (MI), a U.S. study suggests. Inflammatory bowel disease ( Read More »

Restrictive prescribing cuts post-op opioid use on gynecology service

By Marilynn Larkin NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - An ultra-restrictive opioid prescription protocol (UROPP) is associated with a significant decrease in opioid prescribing after gynecologic and abdominal Read More »

Sleep problems may be worse when menopause is hastened by surgery

By Lisa Rapaport (Reuters Health) - Women who have surgery to remove their ovaries go through menopause abruptly, and a new study suggests this comes with an increased risk for the kinds of sleep Read More »

U.S. appeals court narrows Trump birth control ruling

By Dan Levine SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - A U.S. appeals court on Thursday narrowed an order that had blocked President Donald Trump's administration from enforcing new rules that undermine an Obamacare Read More »

Crosswords and sudoku may not stop mental decline

By Carolyn Crist (Reuters Health) - Mental engagement through problem-solving games like crossword puzzles, sudoku and brain teasers may not offset cognitive losses due to age-related dementia, a new Read More »

Homeless Muppet finds her place on Sesame Street

By Adela Suliman LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - In a sign of the times, U.S. children's show "Sesame Street" has a new resident: 7-year-old Lily, a homeless, pink puppet. The newest member, Read More »

Stigma may keep people from getting bariatric surgery

By Linda Carroll (Reuters Health) - Most obese patients who qualify for weight loss surgery don't seek it out, and that may be due at least partly to stigma, a U.S. survey suggests. Nearly half of Read More »

Sierra Leone's sick suffer untreated as doctors strike

By Cooper Inveen FREETOWN (Reuters) - Seven-year-old Carlos Kamara needs urgent surgery on a collapsed lung after he swallowed a toy whistle. Instead, all he can do is lie in pain in a half-empty Read More »

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