Intensive BP control cuts dementia, hurts cognition; and U.S. patients' insulin rationing rises
Intensive BP control reduced dementia but increased brain atrophy and hurt cognition
By Michele Sullivan
Cost-driven rationing by people with type 1 diabetes is considerably more common in the United States than in other high-income countries.
More than 30 million people in the United States lacked health insurance in 2018.
High levels of flu activity haven’t been seen this early since 2009-2010.