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Friday 24th November 2017

Is Heavy Cannabis Use Associated with Testicular Cancer?

Researchers analyzed a large population-based sample of men from Sweden and discovered an association between heavy cannabis use and testicular cancer incidence.

Creating a Win/Win Through Teaching Patient Responsibility

When we do too much for patients, we can unintentionally reinforce their sense of not being able to address their own needs. Reinforcing patients' responsibility for their own healthcare care can result in an improved sense of empowerment and control.

Wednesday 22nd November 2017

Shock-Waves Reduce Finger Ulcers in Scleroderma

Compared with conventional treatment, extracorporeal shock-wave therapy resulted in a significant decrease in finger ulcers.

Obesity Weighs on Spondyloarthropathy Outcomes

Patients experience higher disease activity, lower quality of life, and worse physical functioning.

The Most Overlooked Symptom in Cancer Care

Mood disorders are common mental health sequelae of cancer, but depression in patients with cancer is frequently missed by healthcare providers, and there are many reasons for this oversight.

Tuesday 21st November 2017

Juvenile Onset Arthritis Raises Pregnancy Risks

The risk of pregnancy-related complications is further increased when juvenile arthritis persists into adulthood.

Rheumatoid Arthritis Linked with COPD Hospitalization

The risk is nearly twice as high as in the general population, and women are at significantly higher risk.

Monday 20th November 2017

Tofacitinib is Effective in Psoriatic Arthritis

This agent was superior to placebo in patients who had not responded to or could not take a conventional DMARD.

Digital Coaching Enhances Rheumatoid Arthritis Outcomes

This tool may be used to reduce stressors, improve well-being, and decrease symptoms.

Wednesday 15th November 2017

Fibromyalgia Tied to Chronic Migraines

The frequency is significantly higher than in patients with chronic tension-type headaches and the symptoms are more severe.

New Pain Management Strategies Spelled Out

National initiatives are designed to provide education, advance research, solve the opioid crisis, and help patients.

Tuesday 14th November 2017

Break From Methotrexate Boosts Flu Shot Efficacy in RA

With a drug holiday, patients with rheumatoid arthritis could improve their response to influenza vaccinations without increasing disease activity.

In RA, No Added Second Malignancy Risk With Biologics

Some physicians have shown reluctance to use these agents for patients who have rheumatoid arthritis and a previous cancer diagnosis.

Monday 13th November 2017

How Cannabis Might Treat Rheumatic Diseases

The role of legalized marijuana in society and evidence-based medicine was examined at the ACR/ARHP Annual Meeting.

Biologic Use in Pregnancy Does Not Increase Infant Infection Risk

New evidence is reassuring for women with rheumatoid arthritis who need treatment with a biologic throughout pregnancy.

Tuesday 7th November 2017

Biosimilars: To Switch or Not to Switch?

The pros and cons of using biosimilar medications shaped the “Great Debate” at this year’s ACR/ARHP Annual Meeting.

Monday 6th November 2017

Opioids, SSRIs Boost Fracture Risk in Rheumatoid Arthritis

The increased fracture risk may be the result of an increased risk of falls associated with these medications.

Friday 3rd November 2017

Alzheimer Disease: New Drugs in the Offing?

What medications are in the pipeline that may help slow or even prevent the development of Alzheimer disease?

After Pregnancy, Patient Develops Breast Nodule

A 32-year-old woman, who had recently delivered a baby, develops a nodule in her left breast. A biopsy is obtained. What is your diagnosis?

Wednesday 1st November 2017

Exercise and Cancer

This slide show highlights some of the studies and analyses that have explored physical activity/exercise and its effect on cancer risk, as well as studies that examined physical activity and its effect on treatment side effects from chemotherapy, radiotherapy, and surgery.

Thursday 5th October 2017

Childrens’ Probiotics: To Immunity and Beyond

Emerging research supports probiotics for a range of conditions, from allergies to oral health.

Wednesday 27th September 2017

8 Reasons a Psychotropic Medication May Be Discontinued

Tips for having a balanced and comprehensive risk-to-benefit discussion with competent patients who want to stop their medications.

Monday 25th September 2017

What Will It Take to Expand Probiotics’ Customer Base?

“The key to continued probiotic growth is to expand the user base—have it go more mainstream,” says Dupont’s Megan DeStefano. “To do this, we need to attract new consumers through new and different benefits beyond immune and digestive health.”

Wednesday 20th September 2017

Probiotic Product Trends: From Yogurt to Kefir

Where do probiotic foods, beverages, and supplements stand today?

Monday 18th September 2017

Will the High-Concentrate Omega-3 Supplements Market Eventually Plateau?

Will brands and formulators have to do better than simply offering higher concentrates in order to keep consumer interested in omega-3s supplements?

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