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February 07, 2012
Consuming 200 milligrams or more of caffeine per day-roughly equivalent to two cups of coffee-can either increase or decrease a woman's estrogen level, depending on her ethnic background and the source of the caffeine, a study from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) finds.
February 03, 2012
The Million Hearts program, which led to February being named American Heart Month, and Wear Red Day, established by the American Heart Association to focus attention on women's heart issues, are both intended to reduce the toll of cardiovascular disease.
The US Food and Drug Administration has approved Jentadueto, a type 2 diabetes treatment that combines two drugs (linagliptin and metformin) in a single pill.
More effective management of rheumatoid arthritis with medication may be contributing to a decline in the need for joint surgery in patients with the condition, Mayo Clinic researchers have found.
Tolerance of Some Retinal Fluid Requires Less Anti-VEGF Therapy
Anita Clayton, MD: Women's Issues in Psychiatry
Michael Thase, MD: Risk Factors for Chronically Depressed Patients