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Kids with Food-Triggered Eczema at Higher Odds of Developing Food Allergies
Children that develop atopic dermatitis – or eczema – from foods are more susceptible to harsh allergic reactions from hives to life-threatening anaphylaxis.
The new disease management program publication from the Institute for Quality and Efficiency in Health Care states that drug therapy is an important focus of rehabilitation for rheumatoid arthritis patients.
Located in the Bronx, Montefiore Medical Center faces challenges different from many places, including other boroughs in New York City when it comes to heart disease in pregnancy.
When treating a woman for cardiac issues in pregnancy there can be potential risks to the fetus. As more is learned about these conditions doctors are better able to help deliver as healthy a baby as possible.
When treating a woman during pregnancy there are many factors that need to be considered, not the least of them being her cardiovascular health. At Montefiore Medical Center a team approach aims to help prevent fatal events during this delicate time in a patient's life.
As obesity becomes a growing problem, doctors are turning to weight loss surgeries to help their patients return to a healthy quality of life. Work is being done to make these procedures as non-invasive as possible to help with the recovery and postoperative times.
Treatment with fixed-dos combination sofosbuvir/velpatasvir yielded significant improvements in patient-reported outcomes.
Filgotinib is the first oral, JAK1-selective inhibitor showing efficacy in moderate-to-severe Crohn's disease patients.
Risankizumab is a humanized monoclonal antibody that selectively inhibits IL-23 through specific targeting of the IL-23 p19 subunit.

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