Exercise Offers Long-Term Benefits for Patients with Cancer
Patients undergoing cancer treatment may benefit from engaging in physical activity.
Light Therapy May Help Patients with Cancer Sleep Better
When it comes to sleep quality, patients undergoing cancer treatment may benefit from bright light therapy, according to a recently-published study.
Improve Asthma Outcomes in Children with Telemedicine, School-Based Medication Therapy
Incorporating a combination of telemedicine support and school-based medication therapy for children with asthma can reduce the amount of asthma-associated emergency room and hospital visits.
Once-Weekly HIV Treatment Could Boost Adherence
Medication adherence is a common barrier for individuals with HIV who have strict dosing schedules.
Drinking Coffee May Reduce Colorectal Cancer-Related Mortality Risk
Coffee may provide benefits other than a morning energy boost, previous studies have found. A recent study points to specific benefits for patients with colorectal cancer.
Cancer Mortality Declines, But More Emphasis on Disparities Needed
US cancer mortality continues to decrease, resulting in nearly 2.4 million fewer cancer-related deaths, according to the American Cancer Societyâ€™s annual report on cancer incidence, mortality, and survival.
Increased PrEP Uptake Could Lead to Significant Drop in New HIV Cases
Uptake in pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) could significantly affect the rate of new HIV diagnoses, according to a recent study published in the Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes.
Can Fighting HIV Cause Cancer-Related Mutations?
Combatting viruses, such as HIV, may cause several enzymes in the immune system to malfunction and trigger cancer-related mutations, according a recently-published study in Nature Communications.
ADA Issues 2018 Guidelines for Diabetes Care
In the latest update, the ADA makes several key recommendations for diabetes care and management, addressing medications with cardiovascular benefit and treating patients with high blood pressure.
Breast Cancer Risk Heightened by Diabetes in African American Women?
Type 2 diabetes may be linked to a heightened risk of developing breast cancer among African American women, according to a recently-published study.
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