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It's just old age—or is it? Don't be guided by stereotypes

Within one week, she was walking and eating solid food. “She had a great response to therapy,” Dr.
May 2009

Managing diabetes meds more complicated in elderly patients

As part of managing diabetes therapy in their practice, internists must come up with just the right combination of diet and medication to control blood glucose and prevent adverse events, including
October 2014

To lie down, perchance to sleep

Internists are good at picking up on obstructive sleep apnea, but chronic insomnia is underdiagnosed among a sleepy patient population.
September 2017

High-value management of patients with GI symptoms

However, “… if your patient tells you that reducing certain foods from their diet is helpful for them, I would support that.”. ... Cheatham said. However, the diet, which restricts high-FODMAP (and omnipresent) foods such as garlic and onions, is
June 2017

Gluten not a bread-and-butter diagnosis

Being on a gluten-free diet imposes a burden on the patient or on those who are preparing food for the patient.”. ... Prevalence of gluten-free diet adherence among individuals without celiac disease in the USA: results from the Continuous National
September 2014

The never-ending push-pull of statins

To make his case to patients, Dr. Kopecky references research published in 2012 in Circulation, which shows that statins appear to be more effective in those who eat a healthier diet. ... Relationship between healthy diet and risk of cardiovascular
April 2017

Array of symptoms can point to celiac

They may have the gene for celiac disease and feel better on a gluten-free diet. ... A gluten-free diet requires avoiding processed foods and ingredients that may contain wheat, rye and barley, including beer, bouillon cubes, candy, cold cuts, French
April 2010

Weighing the options for bariatric surgery

For these patients, bariatric surgery may be an option. Bariatric surgery induces weight loss primarily by restricting the size of the stomach, thereby reducing the amount of food a patient can ... Leslie said. The procedure: Sleeve gastrectomy makes a
January 2016

A shifting focus on the role of patients' nonmedical needs

investments in areas such as housing, food, income support, and care coordination yield results. ... access to quality food, it's impossible to care for patients very well.”.
April 2019

Experts debate pros, cons of vitamin D

And some nutrition experts would, more or less, advocate that course of action. ... Unfortunately, vitamin D is more difficult to get from the regular food in the diet than most nutrients, so we have to rely on fortified foods.
November 2009

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