Eating Disorders Are on the Rise

COVID-19 pandemic presents unique challenges to individuals with eating disorders Approximately 24 million people in.

Eggs and cholesterol back in the spotlight in new JAMA study

Not again, you may be thinking if you’ve come across the study by Zhong and.

New “guidelines” say continue red meat consumption habits, but recommendations contradict evidence

A controversial “dietary guidelines recommendation” published in Annals of Internal Medicine suggests that adults can.

Benefits of Long-Term Pulmonary Rehabilitation in Patients with Severe COPD.

In chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), the benefits of pulmonary rehabilitation (PR), which are: an.

Calprotectin May Be Biomarker of IPF Severity

Calprotectin may serve as a blood biomarker for disease severity in patients with idiopathic pulmonary.

Esbriet Plus Anti-PD-L1 Slows Lung Cancer and Fibrosis in Mouse Study

In mouse models of lung cancer and fibrosis, a combination of Esbriet (pirfenidone) and anti-PD-L1.

Study looks at getting into shape pre-surgery to aid recovery for older patients

Older adults about to undergo elective surgery should undertake a sustained program of targeted exercise.

Unique study offers help for new hips

Rice University engineers hope to make life better for those with replacement joints by modelling.

Researchers examine key protein for clues about bone health

A loss of enzymatic processes within the body can increase a person’s risk of bone.

Congress Passes the Removing Barriers to Colorectal Cancer Screening Act

The American College of Gastroenterology (ACG) is grateful to Congress for passing a long-overdue resolution.