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Extended anastrozole benefits dependent on tumor characteristics

Extending adjuvant aromatase inhibition to beyond 5 years of sequential therapy should not be recommended to all postmenopausal women with hormone receptor-positive early breast cancer, but some subgroups may benefit, research suggests.


Online yoga program shows limited benefits for knee osteoarthritis

People with knee osteoarthritis may experience modest improvements in physical function while following a 12-week self-guided online yoga program, but the benefits are not sustained when the exercise is stopped, researchers report.

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26-09-2022 | Rheumatology | News | Article

Local environment impacts recurrent hospitalization risk in rheumatic disease

Individuals with rheumatic conditions living in areas with the highest social and heat vulnerability are significantly more likely to experience recurrent hospitalizations than those living in the least vulnerable areas, research suggests.

23-09-2022 | Diabetes | News | Article

​​​​​​​Better diabetes self-care during adolescence could improve glycemic control trajectory

Among adolescents with type 1 diabetes, those with better self-care are more likely to have favorable glycated hemoglobin trajectories into early adulthood, study findings suggest.

23-09-2022 | Diabetes | News | Article

Topical esmolol hydrochloride may aid healing of diabetic foot ulcers

The use of esmolol hydrochloride in adults with diabetic foot ulcer improves wound healing and may constitute a novel treatment option, suggests research reported at the 58th EASD Annual Meeting in Stockholm, Sweden.

23-09-2022 | Diabetes | News | Article

ADA/EASD hyperglycemia management consensus update strengthens holistic care

The latest update to the ADA and EASD hyperglycemia management consensus report places a strong emphasis on holistic, person-centered care for type 2 diabetes.

23-09-2022 | Diabetes | News | Article

​​​​​​​ReTUNE analysis backs ‘personal fat threshold’ concept

The findings of the ReTUNE study show that losing a substantial amount of weight can reverse type 2 diabetes even in people who are only mildly overweight.

23-09-2022 | Diabetes | News | Article

Bolus timing requires more attention in people using advanced technologies for type 1 diabetes

Delayed prandial insulin boluses are common in people using advanced technologies for the management of type 1 diabetes and are associated with adverse glycemic outcomes, suggest real-world study results.

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