Dec 13, 2019
FDA investigates NDMA contamination in metformin
By Lucas Franki
Officials at the Food and Drug Administration are investigating possible contamination in the United States, following reports in other countries.
Women aged 75 years with...
Dec 12, 2019
Docs push back on surprise billing compromise
By Gregory Twachtman
But doctors’ groups say the bipartisan legislation’s proposed solution is not a good one.
New evidence further supports starting CRC screening at age
An American Cancer Society recommendation to lower starting age for colorectal...
Dec 11, 2019
In addiction, abusive partners can wreak havoc
By Randy Dotinga
Strategies of abusive partners include sabotaging and discrediting their partners’ attempts at recovery.
Updated gout guidelines: Don’t let kidney function dictate
Inadequate allopurinol dosing has been the bête noire...
Dec 10, 2019
Is strict glycemic control meaningless for older
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...
Dec 9, 2019
Intensive BP control reduced dementia but increased brain atrophy and hurt cognition
By Michele Sullivan