Patients and practitioners often expect significant weight loss from type 2 diabetes therapy with GLP agonists. But is this realistic? A recent analysis looks into it.
We present practice-relevant and updated recommendations for antineutrophil cytoplasmic antibody (ANCA)-associated vasculitides (AAV) treatment.
In a Parisian atelier, craftspeople create busts and statues since 1870. How is this linked with Resusci Anne, the world's most famous CPR learning dummy?
Cranberry juice has long been used as a preventive strategy for women prone to urinary tract infections. This property was recently put to the test in a study.
Outpatient surgery is becoming increasingly popular. But what are its risks, and what does this mean for the future of health systems?
A recent study sought to estimate the prevalence of long COVID symptoms in children who had or did not have a history of SARS-CoV-2 infection and to assess the associated factors.
In a recent meta-analysis by Boston University, vitamin D reduced the risk of developing manifest type 2 diabetes by 15 percent in adults with prediabetes.
Long and post-COVID are complex diseases requiring interdisciplinary cooperation, explains Prof. Dr. Peter Berlit at the DGIM Congress in Germany.
Exercise prescription for diabetics? Many studies looked into the benefits and effects of physical activity on diabetes remission. Dr. Peter Kurz shares insights.
There was little data on whether neoadjuvant chemotherapy benefitted in advanced but localised colon cancer. This changed due to a recently published study.
Students worldwide are at high risk of poor mental well-being, depression, or suicidal ideation and behaviour. Medical students may represent the most at-risk group.
Many people suffer from lack of sleep or sleep deprivation. The resulting oxidative stress can have a cell-damaging effect. A recent study tested probiotics' role for this.
In a study, ChatGTP surpassed doctors in providing empathetic advice to patients' questions. Doctors collaborating with such technologies could revolutionise medicine.
Changes in dreams could predict a suicidal crisis. This warning sign is particularly easy to look for in clinical practice.
A European multi-city study shows an increase in illicit drugs or metabolites in waste water. Berlin was far ahead of other German cities for cocaine consumption.
The placenta and endometrium react to maternal infections and antidepressants with immunological changes that can influence neurodevelopment.
A minimum unit pricing legislation is associated with a significant reduction in alcohol-related deaths among people from the most socio-economically disadvantaged areas.
According to a recent study, transgender women are at risk of prostate cancer, even after gender-confirming surgery. However, to date, they are not included in screening strategies.
The motto "one size fits all" no longer applies to breast cancer treatment. More attention goes to the right therapy for each case, as Dr Adrian Lee discusses.
Good news from gynaecological oncology: 30 to 40% of all patients with ovarian cancer are now long-term survivors. Dr Hannah Woopen describes how this development came about.