Researchers sought to document the safety of thioguanine during pregnancy and in birth in women with IBD.
Researchers investigated the association between changes in hepatic steatosis and the risks for incident heart failure, hospitalization for heart failure, and mortality.
Researchers evaluated the effects of fiber supplementation on the risk for diarrhea among hospitalized patients receiving enteral nutrition.
Centers that perform comprehensive cancer screening in a single appointment may enable earlier cancer diagnosis.
A variety of ready-to-eat sausage and charcuterie products are being recalled because they may have come into contact with surfaces that tested positive for Listeria monocytogenes.
Geographic-level disparities are evident in the prevalence of meeting aerobic, muscle-strengthening, and combined physical activity guidelines.
Vitamin D supplementation has a blunted response for participants with overweight or obesity, according to a study.
The clinical presentation of hospitalized children with (SARS-CoV-2-positive testing or MIS-C differed in the delta and omicron waves.
Antibiotics, hormonal medications, oral contraceptives, and long-term receipt of NSAIDs were associated with increased risk for developing IBD.
Researchers evaluated the prevalence of advanced fibrosis and cirrhosis secondary to nonalcoholic fatty liver disease in older adult patients.
Researchers determined independent predictors for hospital-acquired Clostridioides difficile infection in pediatric patients with antibiotic-associated diarrhea.
Investigators from the Veteran’s Affairs Center for Innovation to Implementation and Stanford University searched publication databases through June 2022 for observational studies about methamphetamine-associated heart failure.
Nearly half of American adults are not prepared for a medical emergency, according to a new poll.
Many home infusion therapy staff who perform surveillance receive no formal training on CLABSI surveillance.
A healthy lifestyle is associated with slower memory decline in older adults, even in the presence of the apolipoprotein E ε4 allele.
Researchers sought to confirm research showing an increased long-term risk for pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma following acute pancreatitis.
Researchers sought to analyze treatment rates and changes during the direct-acting antivirals era among patients with hepatitis C virus infection.
New research has revealed disparities in access to cancer care among children, adolescents, and young adults in the United States.
A team of investigators evaluated the impact of a single session of hypnosis, mindful meditation, or prayer on pain intensity and tolerance among patients with acute pain.
For patients with biliary tract cancer, no significant improvement is observed in overall survival with the addition of albumin-bound paclitaxel to gemcitabine and cisplatin versus gemcitabine/cisplatin.
Implementation of a restrictive opioid prescription protocol — prescribing an opioid supply of 3 or fewer days — to surgical patients after hospital discharge is feasible for most patients.
There were no significantly increased odds for prefrailty/frailty among those with normal BMI at baseline but moderately high or high WC or overweight with normal WC.
More than 3 million new people signed up for health insurance under the ACA this year, swelling enrollment numbers to a record 16.3 million Americans.
Researchers sought to finalize the TUMMY-UC tool by cognitive interviews and to evaluate the index for its psychometric properties.
Researchers sought to characterize analgesic use among inpatients with cirrhosis compared with matched control participants.
A retrospective review of medical records explored C difficile infection in patients with lung cancer being treated with EGFR-TKIs and their risks for ICU admission and mortality.
US medical oncologists may lack understanding of biosimilars and have limited access to education about these products, a survey suggests.
Considerable alterations in the gut microbiota are seen in patients with multiple sclerosis, according to a study.
For patients with severe and complicated obesity, there is an inverse association between the waist-to-hip ratio genetic risk score and weight loss as part of a 24-week meal-replacement program.