Semaglutide Significantly Improves Chronic Kidney Disease

WEBThe landmark FLOW study shows the benefits extend to kidney, cardiovascular, and mortality outcomes in high-risk patients with type 2 diabetes and CKD.

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How Metabolic Syndrome, Obesity Impact Breast Cancer Risk

WEBNew data from the Women's Health Initiative revealed that metabolic syndrome and obesity each have different associations with breast cancer incidence and …

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UPFs an Independent Risk Factor for Poor Brain Health

WEBConsuming highly processed foods may be harmful to the aging brain, independent of risk factors for adverse neurologic outcomes and adherence to …

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Latest Medical News, Clinical Trials, Guidelines

WEBToday on Medscape : Get the latest medical news, clinical trial coverage, drug updates, journal articles, CME activities & more on Medscape. A free resource for …

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Internet Use Good for Mental Well-Being

WEBContrary to previous research suggesting internet use can have a deleterious effect on mental health, a new study of over 2 million individuals showed it …

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Speedy Eating and Late-Night Meals May Take a Toll on Health

WEBA growing body of evidence shows that it's not just what and how much you eat that influence your health. How fast and when you eat also play a role.

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Public Health & Prevention

WEBPublic Health & Prevention : Welcome to Medscape Public Health & Prevention, where you can peruse the latest medical news, commentary from clinician …

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Neuropsych Symptoms an Important, Overlooked Feature of SLE

WEBFindings from a qualitative study suggested a greater need for rheumatology clinicians to initiate discussions with patients about neuropsychiatric symptoms.

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Exercise Improves Sexual Health in Metastatic Breast Cancer

WEBExercise can help improve sexual health in women with metastatic breast cancer and should be a key component of care, researchers said.

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Primary Care Shortage Reshaping How Patients Seek Care

WEBDiscover how primary care shortages may reshape the patient-provider relationship.

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Should We All Copy Italy & Screen Kids for Celiac Disease

WEBSome are concerned that population screening could change symptomless people into patients, but a diagnosis could help prevent future complications.

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Understanding and Promoting Compassion in Medicine

WEBChronic exposure to conflicting work demands may be associated with the depletion of physicians' psychological resources, including the ability to express …

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Space: The Final Frontier for Air Pollution Research Data

WEBSatellite-based systems provided important data on air pollution and its toxic components for pulmonary health and research purposes.

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High-Potency Cannabis Tied to Impaired Brain Development

WEBToday's higher-potency cannabis products put teens at risk for impaired brain development; mental health issues, including psychosis; and CUD.

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Parental e-Cigarette Use May Increase AD Risk in Children

WEBParental e-cigarette use was associated with an increased risk for pediatric atopic dermatitis in a retrospective, cross-sectional analysis of US population data.

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Health Literacy Checkup: PAs Should Revamp Their Toolkit

WEBHealth Literacy Checkup: PAs Should Revamp Their Toolkit. Daytheon Sturges, PhD, PA-C, vice chair for Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion at the …

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Serious Mental Illness Tied to Multiple Physical Illnesses

WEBSerious mental illness, such as bipolar disorder or schizophrenia, is tied to a twofold increased risk for comorbid physical illnesses, new research showed.

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This Tech Will Change Your Practice Sooner Than You Think

WEBThese five advanced technologies are already a reality for many doctors and could hit your office in the next few years.

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UPF and GI Health: Have We Bitten Off More Than We Can Chew

WEBNow the dominant source of calories in our diets, ultraprocessed foods have been targeted as a key driver behind increasing rates of several gastrointestinal diseases.

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Remote Work for Doctors Has More Alternatives Than You Think

WEBPhysicians who want to work entirely or partly remote from home can pursue numerous virtual options beyond telemedicine in its usual configuration.

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Medscape Market Research Healthcare Market Research

WEBMedscape Market Research is committed to providing quick to market, custom healthcare research solutions driven by the largest network of active physicians.

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Hepatitis Kills 3500 People Each Day, Says WHO

WEBHepatitis Kills 3500 People Each Day, Says WHO. The number of deaths from viral hepatitis worldwide increased from 1.1 million in 2019 to 1.3 million in 2022. …

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Clinicians Remain Top Priority in Cyberattack Response

WEBThough some medical practices still struggle to restart cash flow, federal health officials and UnitedHealth Group report progress in getting clinicians back in …

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