Researchers evaluated the association between longitudinal improvements measured in laboratory tests and clinical outcomes among patients with SLE.
An exploratory analysis was conducted to study the association between temporal symmetry during walking and unilateral knee pain outcomes among patients with osteoarthritis.
The AAP has released a new list of 5 tests and procedures commonly ordered in pediatric emergency medicine that physicians and patients should question.
Toolkit provides guidance on the COVID-19 bivalent booster and oral antiviral therapeutics.
Antidepressants lead to a small, but clinically unimportant, improvement in pain and function in patients with osteoarthritis.
Physical activity in the morning is associated with lowering the risk for CVD, irrespective of the average total physical activity.
Survivors of childhood cancer who consume more sugar have a greater number of aging-related health conditions.
There are demographic disparities in firearm fatality rates, which have increased over time, according to a study.
One study focused on patients with severe lupus nephritis, who are at greatest risk for kidney failure.
The ACT trial assessed the value of colchicine and combined rivaroxaban/aspirin therapies for preventing of COVID-19 progression in hospitalized patients.