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October 21st 2023
Designed to treat the acne's inflammation, bacteria and follicular hyperkeratinization, IDP-126 has shown significant efficacy compared to standard-care options already on the market.
October 12th 2023
The 5th Annual Advanced Practice Collaborative™
Navigating a New Era of Food Allergy Management
Advances In: Integrating New Treatment Options into Management Plans for Patients with Moderate-to-Severe Atopic Dermatitis
Evaluating the Recent Advancements in Chronic Kidney Disease Treatment: A Case-Based Approach to Managing CKD and Related Comorbidities
Respiratory Syncytial Virus: Understanding the Infection Burden and Anticipating the Impact of Vaccines
Oncology Briefings™: Coordinating the Long-Term Management of Patients With Multiple Myeloma Between Primary Care and Oncology Practices
Advances In™: The Potential Role of Ultra-Long-Acting Basal Insulin Therapies in Type 2 Diabetes
6th Annual Advanced Practice Collaborative
The COVID-19 pandemic skyrocketed already high rates of alcohol consumption and related liver disease to unprecedented levels. Addiction specialists and hepatologists are still looking for the best path out.
New data from Sweden conflict with previous register-based research showing a “substantially” increased risk of mania among antidepressant-treated pediatric patients with unipolar depression.
Crinetics announced findings from the PATHFNDR-1 trial showing the investigative oral daily drug may provide patients with the rare disease an alternative from recurring injection therapy.
Investigators discuss the potential of psychedelic drugs as a new approach to treating mental illnesses, highlighting their therapeutic benefits and the need for further research to understand their effects, safety, and accessibility.
After restrictions, the number of youth more than 1 hour away from a clinic almost doubled to 50%, indicating that half of all youths face increased travel times to access essential gender-affirming care.
Investigators noted both direct and indirect standardization are valid methods for comparing mortality rates. However, direct standardization is particularly useful when assessing disease burdens across multiple groups.
Sleep quality and the absence of sleep apnea may play a crucial role in preserving cognitive function over time, emphasizing the significance of addressing sleep disturbances for overall brain health.