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Moving toward effective physical activity counseling

A patient's diet typically plays a much bigger role in weight loss than activity, which plays a more important part during the weight maintenance phase, Dr. ... If you have a liquid diet or bariatric surgery or something where people are losing a lot of
February 2017

Allergies are on the rise, but so are treatments

The food-related symptoms can tip physicians off to an associated pollen allergy. ... Food and Drug Administration approved sublingual immunotherapy (SLIT) allergy tablets, which administer allergy medications under the tongue, rather than via injections.
May 2016

Consider GERD in patients with pulmonary diseases

The term “aspiration pneumonia” refers to a pneumonia infection that occurs in patients at risk for aspirating, such as patients who are debilitated and may aspirate food or oropharyngeal secretions into ... Lifestyle modification is recommended,
March 2014

Work-life balance easily upset, tough to restore

Lesser. “I think there is an acknowledgement now that hospitals really shouldn't be junk food repositories,” he said. ... Assessment of food offerings and marketing strategies in the food-service venues at California Children's Hospitals.
April 2013

Tread lightly: Discussing obesity difficult for internists

John La Puma, FACP, director of the Santa Barbara Institute for Medical Nutrition and Healthy Weight, agreed. ... For example, physicians could share general information about health, diet, exercise and weight.
July 2011

Managing risk: a little attention equals a lot of prevention

Store medicine and vaccine supplies separately from food and drinks, and from human specimens. ... Use signs to label each refrigerator's purpose (i.e., food, medication, specimens).
April 2008

New meningitis vaccine, hepatitis C drug approved

It should be taken with food to minimize the potential for nausea and dizziness, and patients should avoid or minimize exposure to sunlight and sunlamps.
January 2015

Changes to Medicaid divide states, doctors

Dr. Kenney has research to support that supposition. She and colleagues used the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey to analyze the population eligible for expanded Medicaid.
October 2013

Building the medical home starts in school

The Nebraska residency clinic started diabetic nutrition classes in a new kitchen built for that purpose, and developed standardized forms for outpatient encounters and inpatient discharges, among other innovations.
November 2011

Targeting glycemic control in the elderly

A low A1c that can be achieved with diet, exercise, and metformin is a good A1c,” said Dr.
October 2014

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