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Liraglutide Boosts Glycemic Control in Pediatric Type 2 Diabetes Patients
Children and adolescents have considerably fewer control therapy options for T2D. The GLP-1 agonist could be the first of its class for pediatric indication.
Allergy Immunotherapy Halts Asthma Progression
In a population-based cohort study, investigators discover how allergy immunotherapy helps allergic rhinitis from progressing to asthma.
Karl Doghramji, MD: Diagnostic Protocol for Sleep Conditions
What criteria should physicians follow to properly diagnose insomnia and its many comorbid conditions in older patients?
Depression Symptoms Help Predict Cognitive Loss in Alzheimer Patients
The association of depression symptoms with cognition and cortical amyloid measurements could lead to better therapies to prevent Alzheimer disease.
Hana Kahleova, MD: Plant-Based Fibers and Nutritional Supplements
While many often turn to vitamins and nutritional supplements for nutrients their diet lacks, some argue this is not enough to make up for the missing nutrients.
Hana Kahleova, MD: Understanding of Gut Microbiota
Despite potentially playing a key role in the lives of patients, little is known about the true impact of gut microbiota on metabolic health. Hana Kahleova, MD, PhD, discusses the reality of our understanding in a recent interview.
FDA Expands TAVR to Aortic Stenosis Patients at Low Surgery Risk
The TAVR treatment was associated with a 46% reduction in one-year event risk among patients at low risk of open heart surgery.
FDA Approves Upadacitinib for Inadequately Treated Rheumatoid Arthritis
The JAK inhibitor from AbbVie has shown significant benefit for RA patients over 2 weeks of treatment.
FDA Approves Spinal Tether Device to Correct Idiopathic Scoliosis
The Tether-Vertebral Body Tethering System will help treat the most common form of idiopathic scoliosis.
Whole Food Diet Beneficial For Children with Crohn
After a 12-week study, investigators find a whole food diet, coupled with partial enteral nutrition, helps children with mild to moderate Crohn’s disease.
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