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The findings of improved glycemic control but some incidence of diabetic ketoacidosis are consistent with other early findings of use of SGLT2 inhibitors in type 1 diabetes.
Adding more states and conditions to the Medicare Advantage value-based insurance design model will allow CMS to reach a more diverse group of plans and patients, in both rural and urban settings.
An expert panel convened by the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) has issued a new clinical practice guideline on management of chronic pain in adult cancer survivors.
What we're reading, August 11, 2016: hospitals are throwing out less-than-perfect organs and refusing transplants; why an increasing reliance on hospitalists is bad for comprehensive care; and removing the roadbloack to marijuana research.
The institute is part of a planned development by Joseph Canizaro, who grew up in Biloxi and has transformed New Orleans' skyline over 4 decades.
What we're reading, August 10, 2016: mortality rate in the United States declines after 2015's increase; infant death in Texas linked to Zika virus; and Ohio colleges drop student health insurance due to Obamacare provisions.
Computed tomography (CT) scans, a common imaging modality, can increase a person's risk of developing cancer later in life.
Higher levels of activity were associated with a significantly lowered risk for outcomes in 5 common chronic diseases; however, the largest gains were made at lower levels of activity with diminishing gains as activity levels increased.
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