Compared with patients who have onset type 2 diabetes at a usual age, adults with young-onset T2D are hospitalized significantly more often in their lifetimes.
A recently published report describes the case of a 50-year-old female patient who abused metformin for its weight loss properties, highlighting the importance of clinician awareness of medication abuse and increased patient access to medications via the internet.
Since 1990, the age-standardized mortality rate for suicide has decreased worldwide.
The suicide rate among physicians far exceeds that of the general population.
Investigators surveyed adults with TSC to evaluate their perception of disease severity, presence of anxiety and depression, and the use and barriers toward mental health services.
Internet searches on sexual assault and harassment have greatly increased since the start of the #MeToo campaign.
As non-binary gender becomes more mainstream, it’s important for physicians to create a welcoming, care-centered environment for patients who identify as such.
More than two-thirds of stroke survivors aged 50 years or older report being in complete mental health.
Positive but weak associations were found between childhood atopic dermatitis and maternal history of depression, maternal alcohol abuse, and maternal illicit drug use.
Storm-related media coverage has a negative effect on those in the path of the storm.