Does strict glycemic control help older adults? And an antibiotic combo targets Crohn’s
Is strict glycemic control meaningless for older adults?
By Miriam Tucker
Less stringency for high-risk adults does not always mean broader allowance range in glycemic profiles.
A triple-antibiotic cure for Crohn's disease?
An oral fixed-dose, triple-antibiotic combination offers a promising new approach to the treatment of Crohn's disease.
More states pushing plans to pay for telehealth care
Fair payment remains a challenge for providers.
Bilateral mastectomy reduces second breast cancer risk, but not deaths
The risk of second contralateral breast cancer is low regardless of primary breast cancer therapy.
Social anxiety more likely with inattentive ADHD, psychiatric comorbidities
Learning and communication disorders, and anxiety disorders were the most common among patients.