First Generic Epinephrine Auto-injector Approved by FDA
The FDA has approved the first generic epinephrine auto-injector for the emergency treatment of allergic reactions, including anaphylaxis.
Study: Digital Health Interventions Needed to Improve Outcomes for Youth with HIV
Traditional approaches to improve treatment adherence and outcomes in youth with HIV have been inadequate, according to researchers.
Shared Language Can Improve Outcomes for Spanish-speaking Patients with Diabetes
When it comes to diabetes, that lack of a shared language can be a tremendous barrier to care.
Can Text Messages Help Boost Asthma Outcomes?
Asthma patients who are given electronic asthma plans have better health outcomes, according to a new pilot study published this month.
Chronic Cough in Kids Can Be Frustrating
A recent publication describes a structured approach to chronic cough in children.
Does Vitamin D Supplementation Alleviate Chronic Pain?
Studies suggest vitamin D deficiency is associated with higher risk of pain, so shouldnâ€™t vitamin D supplementation decrease pain?
Overlapping Asthma Phenotypes Increases Need for Medication
Identifying asthma phenotypes based on noninvasive markers could help clinicians better tailor therapy for people with asthma.
Glove and Stocking Pain: Sign of Peripheral Neuropathy
Half of people who have diabetes eventually develop diabetic peripheral neuropathy, and the warning signs are sensory symptoms that start in the distant periphery and progressing in a characteristic 'glove and stocking' way.
Early Respiratory Symptoms Can Predict Asthma
Researchers from a number of public health agencies in France took on the task of identifying phenotypes in infants. The results of their study indicate that early respiratory symptoms predict asthma at 1 year.
Today's HIV Profile
The 2018 Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections demonstrated how far our understanding of HIV has come in the last 30 years, and revealed some cutting-edge science.
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