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Inhaled corticosteroids may contribute to the high prevalence of obstructive sleep apnea among patients with asthma, a study showed.
The authors investigated changes in specific pro-inflammatory genes associated with neutrophil activation in patients with known coronary artery disease or with significant risk factors.
These presentations provided a wealth of data suggesting that very early treatment of HIV may help control viremia and achieve remission over time in pediatric patients.
Here: four subgroups of HIV patients whose cardiovascular health might benefit from your targeted intervention.
The risk of a later diagnosis of autism may be slightly increased in young children who have asthma, according to a new study.
The findings provide another good reason for those with OSA to wear a CPAP mask that helps assure uninterrupted breathing throughout the night.
Useful details here about HIV and age-related issues, sexual dysfunction, heart disease, and end-organ damage.
In its classic form, ALS affects motor neurons at 2 or more levels supplying multiple regions of the body.
Mental illness is a risk factor for HIV infection. It brings a number of behavioral correlates that put patients at risk for getting infected. As HIV infection worsens, it begins to affect the brain, and cyclical relationship between the disease and mental illness begins.
Here, HIV/AIDS specialist, Dr. Susan Ball, answers 6 questions about HIV infection that primary care clinicians commonly ask.
When is it time to refer your patient with low back pain to a specialist for possible spine surgery? How long should you give conservative measures a try? What symptoms signal the need for urgent care? In this video, Raymond Haroun, MD addresses these and other pressing questions.