Naoto Kuroda, MD, of Wayne State University, in Detroit, Michigan, provided a checklist for clinicians about what they should ask and look out for in a telemedicine session with patients with epilepsy.
A pilot study from Hong Kong has provided evidence of prolonged gut dysbiosis in patients hospitalized with COVID-19.
Increased salt taste sensitivity in the 12 weeks following hospitalization for heart failure was associated with fewer days of rehospitalization.
Findings suggest that testing serum 25-OH vitamin D levels may be useful laboratory work in patients with acne and supplementation may eventually be considered as an adjunct or alternative treatment.
The ENSG-WFN published a report that details current understanding of the neurologic impacts of COVID-19.
The potential of the deep learning models to be used for screening melanoma and other dermatologic disorders is reviewed in this study.
Children with asthma who live in housing that relies on the US Department of Housing and Urban Development’s rental assistance programs are less likely to be admitted to the emergency department for treatment.
In patients with episodic migraines, the occurrence of a migraine headache does not consistently impact nighttime sleep.
Type 2 diabetes may affect microbial tissue diversity and compartmentalization in the liver, plasma, and adipose tissue of patients with obesity.