prevention
prevention
03/10/2022
In a recent study, researchers examined the safety and efficacy of using an antiseptic medication vs standard antibiotics as prevention for UTIs in adult women.
03/10/2022
prevention
prevention
10/12/2021
After assessing recent data, the US Preventive Services Task Force has released 2 new recommendations related to low-dose aspirin use for the primary prevention of cardiovascular disease in older adults. ...
10/12/2021
prevention
prevention
09/22/2021
The American Heart Association has released a new scientific statement on the medical and surgical management of hypertension in individuals with overweight or obesity.
09/22/2021
prevention
prevention
12/20/2019
The Epilepsy Bioinformatics Study for Antiepileptogenic Therapy project aims to better understand epilepsy and, therefore, to develop epilepsy-preventive therapies. Project Director of EpiBioS4Rx Jerome...
12/20/2019
prevention
prevention
11/21/2018
Through a systematic review of past studies, researchers are determining the effect of improving diet, behavior, and/or physical can have on obesity prevention policies.
11/21/2018
prevention
prevention
05/18/2018
Following the success of 3 clinical trials, the US Food and Drug Administration granted approval to a once-monthly, self-injectable preventive treatment for adults with migraine.
05/18/2018
prevention
prevention
09/15/2015
Individuals with HIV and low bone mineral density have a higher risk of osteoporosis and fractures. And although bisphosphonates are known to reduce the risk of fractures among adults, their safety and...
09/15/2015
prevention
prevention
10/09/2014
The available HPV vaccines could prevent most cases of cervical intraepithelial neoplasia and adenocarcinoma in situ, according to an HPV genotype study.
10/09/2014
prevention
prevention
03/25/2014
Transgender women and men who have sex with men benefit most from pre-exposure antiretroviral drugs, whether or not they perceive their partners to be HIV negative, according to new research.
03/25/2014
prevention
prevention
06/20/2013
The US introduction of a vaccine to prevent cervical cancer in 2006 has reduced infections of HPV by more than half among girls and young women, US health officials said on Wednesday.
06/20/2013