Individuals With Nonfunctioning Adrenal Incidentaloma May Have More Frequent Cases Of Metabolic Syndrome Than Those With Normal Adrenal Imaging, Research Suggests
New evidence suggests that nonfunction of an adrenal incidentaloma is a spectrum.
Men With Hypogonadism On Long-Term Testosterone Therapy Have Improved Cardiovascular Health, Research Indicates
Fewer deaths due to major adverse cardiovascular outcomes seen over 10 years versus control.
Diabetes May Be Prevented By Lifestyle Modification and Medications In Patients At Risk For The Disease
Early intervention in those at risk for developing type 2 diabetes can prevent the onset of disease, research suggests.
A large observational study suggests a class-effect of cardiovascular protection.
A first of its kind, will this vaccine be able to eradicate Type 1 diabetes?
Patients With Migraine Who Have Subclinical Hypothyroidism And Receive Thyroid Treatment May Have Fewer And Less Severe Headaches
Can treating subclinical hypothyroidism provide relief to migraine sufferers?
Fewer Than One In Four Women Receive The Recommended Assessment Or Treatment Of Osteoporosis Within One Year After Hip Fracture, Researchers Say
Timely follow up and care coordination are important factors in receiving osteoporosis care.
Higher Free Thyroxine Levels In Middle-Aged And Elderly People May Be Associated With Greater Risk For Atherosclerosis
Can free thyroxine levels identify those at-risk?
It's more than just fertility. What you need to know about the serious (and difficult to diagnose) condition that increases your risk for heart disease, cancer, stroke and diabetes.
Despite having normal blood levels of TSH, many patients treated for hypothyroidism with levothyroxine may continue to have symptoms, researchers say.