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“These preliminary results support the stratification of laboratory data for CKD population health innovation in commercial health plans,” researchers recently said.
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A Class III recall is active for a prescription medication used to treat severe acne.
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The FDA has issued a nationwide recall of a prescription cough medicine.
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Three firms are voluntarily recalling ranitidine tablets and capsules over potential product contamination with the probable human carcinogen N-Nitrosodimethylamine.
Annals of Long-Term Care
In middle-age and older adults, depressive symptoms that were persistent, as well as depressive symptoms that were remitted, showed an association with a heightened risk of cardiovascular disease, a recent study concluded.
Veterans Health Today
“Hyperkalemia is a growing concern in the treatment of patients with heart failure and reduced ejection fraction because it limits the use of effective drugs,” researchers wrote.
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Statin use is associated with a 43% lower risk of hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC), according to new study results presented at the American College of Gastroenterology (ACG) 2019 Annual Scientific Meeting and Postgraduate Course.
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AK002—an anti-SIGLEC8 antibody—may be a safe and effective treatment option in eosinophilic gastritis (EG) and eosinophilic gastroenteritis (EGE), according to results of ENIGMA, a phase 2 clinical trial.
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Persons who follow a low-residue diet (LRD) prior to colonoscopy experience superior bowel preparation compared with persons who follow a clear-liquid diet (CLD), according to results of a prospective trial presented at ACG  2019.
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Gastroenterology patients with avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder (ARFID) are less likely to be taking psychotropic medications, have less-severe body image concerns, and are frustrated with being unable to eat what they want compared with patients without ARFID, according to study findings…
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