A new study published in the Journal of the American Geriatric Society has found that thiazide diuretics’ side effects are more common than previously thought and urges doctors to use greater caution when prescribing.
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In the past two decades, several medications have received FDA approval for the treatment and/or prevention of osteoporosis. With so many choices, which ones are the most effective, and what do we know now about these drugs that we didn’t know 20 years ago?
“We know that using bisphosphonates in the
From your cell phone or laptop to your television remote control or garage door opener, you rely on wireless devices every day. And pretty soon, if you need a cardiac pacemaker, wireless technology may become even more near and dear to your heart—literally.
Experts are studying tiny wireless pacemakers that may
Your feelings when experiencing a medical procedure may well influence the outcome of your treatment, new research suggests.
A study of 230 older adults who were undergoing catheterization of a blood vessel revealed that participants who reported feeling a negative mood prior to the procedure were significantly more likely to experience