Search results for "Nutrition"

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Managing medications in patients with heart failure

counter products, providing information about which ones to avoid and educating them about the effect of diet choices and unnecessary medications or supplements on their heart failure. ... That is much better than spending money in these health food
February 2017

New warnings added on multiple diabetes drugs

The second drug approved in a new class of drugs called PCSK9 inhibitors, it is approved for use in addition to diet and maximally tolerated statin therapy in adults with heterozygous
November 2015

Promoting literacy to increase adherence

On the surface, the problem appeared to be nonadherence. The man struggled to keep up with his medications and his recommended diet. ... Diseases like diabetes or heart failure require a lot of ongoing patient involvement to keep up with medication, diet
July 2011

An internist with many interests

He and his wife, Janet, also volunteer in their community. “There was a program for the homeless, but what we noticed was that their diet was the same every day. ... We went into this hotel room with the Beatles and we sat around and drank wine and ate
January 2015

Warning on medication confusion, recalls due to sterility

Alirocumab (Praluent) injection to treat heterozygous familial hypercholesterolemia or clinical atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease in addition to diet and maximally tolerated statin therapy.
October 2015

Ultraprocessed food makes us fat: forewarned, but not forearmed

Ultraprocessed food makes us fat: forewarned, but not forearmed. Ultraprocessed foods make us overeat, and get fat. ... Such foods contain industrially processed ingredients, and often many chemical components not native to any actual food found in nature
July 2020

Oncologist optimistic about latest cancer treatments

The second rule is not to lose weight; the best diet for patients with metastatic cancer may be junk food, Dr.
July 2015

Cleveland, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and food allergies

The restaurant levied a $15 plating fee, which apparently is their policy and compensates them for the economic loss from a BYOF (Bring Your Own Food) patron. ... Would the law require a restaurant to permit an allergic patron to bring in his own food?
July 2020

FDA bans dozens of generics from entering U.S. for quality

The latest recalls, warnings, label changes and approvals from the Food and Drug Administration.
November 2008

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

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