• By Medscape   -   Jul 5, 2022

    MENSTRUAL PHASE IMPACTS EXERCISE EFFECTS IN TYPE 1 DIABETES

    Hypoglycemia was increased during the luteal phase, whereas hyperglycemia was more frequent in the follicular phase in a small study. Medscape...

    Diabetes, Diabetes & Endocrinology, News
  • By Medscape   -   Jul 5, 2022

    DISCOVERY ALLOWS PLANTS TO GROW IN THE DARK

    Artificial photosynthesis is being developed that would provide a carbon and energy source and allow plants to grow without the benefit...

    Internal Medicine, News
  • By Medscape   -   Jul 5, 2022

    SCIENTISTS FIND BRAIN MECHANISM BEHIND AGE-RELATED MEMORY LOSS

    Discovery could lead to new dementia treatments or even help prevent the loss of thinking skills in the first place, Johns Hopkins...

    Brain, Neurology & Neurosurgery, News
  • By Medscape   -   Jul 5, 2022

    PHYSICIANS REACT: COMPENSATION NOT WORTH THE HASSLES

    Medscape's recent report showed higher compensation, but that's not what many readers are experiencing. What's driving their frustration?...

    Family Medicine, Primary Care, News
  • By Medscape   -   Jul 5, 2022

    AFTER ABORTION RULING, CLINIC STAFF GRAPPLE WITH TRAUMA

    Peering into each darkened room at West Virginia's only abortion clinic, the chief nurse wondered whether she would ever treat patients...

    Abortion, Ob, Gyn & Women's Health, News
  • By Medscape   -   Jul 5, 2022

    TWO OMICRON SUBVARIANTS DRIVE SUMMER INFECTIONS

    These variants now make up 52.3% of infections, with BA.5 accounting for 36.6% of new cases and BA.4 accounting for 15.7% of new cases,...

    Infectious Diseases, News
  • By Medscape   -   Jul 5, 2022

    EARLY FLOZIN USE TIED TO IMPROVED LA STRAIN IN ACS WITH DIABETES

    Left atrial function improved with predischarge empagliflozin in a new study, adding to previous data showing better diastolic function...

    Diabetes, Cardiology, News
  • By Medscape   -   Jul 5, 2022

    SKIN REACTIONS AFTER COVID-19 VACCINATION HAVE SIX PATTERNS

    The available COVID-19 vaccines entail different levels of risk for skin reactions. Women and young people are most likely to have...

    Skin, Vaccination, Infectious Diseases, News
  • By Medscape   -   Jul 5, 2022

    STUDIES FIND GAPS IN RADIATION PROTECTION FOR UROLOGISTS

    Radiation exposure is a workplace hazard for endourologists, and personal protective equipment may not offer sufficient protection,...

    Urology, News
  • By Medscape   -   Jul 5, 2022

    CLARENCE THOMAS MAKES DISPUTED CLAIM ABOUT COVID VACCINES

    "They object on religious grounds to all available COVID-19 vaccines because they were developed using cell lines derived from aborted...

    Abortion, Vaccination, Infectious Diseases, News
  • By Medscape   -   Jul 5, 2022

    US TO SPEND $3.2 BILLION ON MORE PFIZER COVID-19 VACCINES

    The federal government is planning for a potential rise in COVID-19 cases this fall and is setting aside $3.2 billion for 105 million...

    Vaccination, Plan, Infectious Diseases, News
  • By Medscape   -   Jul 5, 2022

    IS A SINGLE DOSE OF HPV VACCINE ENOUGH?

    An Indian study suggests that a single-dose regimen provides protection that is comparable to that resulting from a two-dose regimen....

    Vaccination, Infectious Diseases, News
  • By Medscape   -   Jul 5, 2022

    BCG VACCINE BENEFIT IN NON-MUSCLE INVASIVE BLADDER CANCER?

    Among patients with very high-risk but not high-risk disease, bacillus Calmette-Guérin more effectively delayed time to progression...

    Vaccination, Cancer, Hematology-Oncology, News
  • By Medscape   -   Jul 5, 2022

    SCOTUS OPINION LEAK CAUSED SPIKE IN SEARCH FOR ABORTION

    Word that the US Supreme Court was on the verge of overturning Roe v. Wade led to a dramatic spike in web searches for abortion medications,...

    Abortion, Ob, Gyn & Women's Health, News
  • By Medscape   -   Jul 5, 2022

    STIMULANTS MAY NOT IMPROVE ACADEMIC LEARNING IN CHILDREN WITH ADHD

    The authors say the finding raises questions about how stimulant medication leads to improved academic achievement over time. Medscape...

    Pediatrics, News
  • By Medscape   -   Jul 5, 2022

    MONKEYPOX CASE COUNT REACHES 300 IN CANADA

    The federal government is working closely with the provinces to ensure that vaccinations to prevent the spread of monkeypox are being...

    Vaccination, Infectious Diseases, News
  • By Medscape   -   Jul 5, 2022

    PCPS MISS OUT ON PAYMENTS FOR PREVENTION, COORDINATION

    New research from the Annals of Internal Medicine suggests physicians could add $100,000 to their incomes by billing more often for...

    Internal Medicine, News
  • By Medscape   -   Jul 5, 2022

    HORMONE REPLACEMENT THERAPY AND BREAST CANCER: AN OVERVIEW

    The discordant findings from observational studies and randomized clinical trials affect doctors' decisions concerning hormone therapy...

    Menopause, Breast, Cancer, Breasts, Ob, Gyn & Women's Health, News
  • By Medscape   -   Jul 5, 2022

    MOBILE DEVICES 'ADDICTIVE BY DESIGN'

    Patients need help with compulsive use of wireless devices, which leads to weight gain and other health risks. Medscape Medical News

    Diabetes & Endocrinology, News
  • By Medscape   -   Jul 5, 2022

    WHAT EXPLAINS POOR ADHERENCE TO EOE THERAPY?

    Among patients with eosinophilic esophagitis, less than half complied with long-term medical or dietary therapy, according to a new...

    Gastroenterology, News