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University of Maryland, Baltimore researchers call for regulation of direct-to-consumer microbiome tests

Written by | 19 Mar 2024

Scientific research has linked a person’s microbiome to everything from gut and mental health to immunity and predisposition to cancer. This research comes at a time when there […]

Study paves the way for better diagnosis and treatment of endocrine diseases

Written by | 7 Mar 2024

A new Danish study may be the first step towards much faster and more accurate diagnosis of a wide range of conditions that require regulation of the body’s […]

People living with HIV at substantially higher risk of depression and suicide, especially in first 2 years after diagnosis

Written by | 9 Apr 2023

People living with HIV (PLWH) are far more likely to be diagnosed with depression, take antidepressants, be treated with electroconvulsive therapy, and commit suicide than population controls, especially […]

Increase in gestational diabetes rates linked largely to screening

Written by | 21 Mar 2023

Gestational diabetes has been reported to be on the rise, but a new study from British Columbia found that changes in screening practices explain much of the increase. […]

Early diagnosis and monitoring of lupus nephritis — on your smartphone

Written by | 7 Feb 2023

A team of researchers at the University of Houston is reporting the success of their new method for the early diagnosis and monitoring of lupus nephritis — at […]

Study proposes new parameters for diagnosis of sarcopenia

Written by | 22 Oct 2022

Sarcopenia, a clinical syndrome characterized by progressive and extensive decline in skeletal muscle mass, force and function, is widely considered part of aging. Early diagnosis is extremely important […]

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