Sleep Problems Are More Common in Adults With Chronic Kidney Disease
News and Updates for Healthcare Professionals
Foot ulcers are the leading cause of lower limb amputations in the United States.
EGT has reached yet another milestone and has published its 600th Guideline Brief and Scorecard. This represents guidelines from 77 developer organizations and covers more than 52 clinical topics.
Extended use of corticosteroids for chronic inflammatory conditions puts patients at risk for serious adverse events (AEs), including cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, cataracts, and diabetes.
Individually tailored falls prevention plan found no better than usual care for reducing serious injury
Large PCORI-, NIH-funded trial examined multipronged intervention in real-world settings.
News and Updates for the Patient and Family
Insomnia affects millions of people. In fact, studies show as many as one in four Americans experience insomnia each year. By definition, insomnia is a sleep disorder that makes it hard to fall asleep, stay asleep or fall back asleep after waking up. As a result, those affected are unable to get an adequate amount of sleep each night.
Your body undergoes many changes with aging. Although there are some normal age-related changes, including in a person’s memory and thinking, dementia, or severe memory loss that interferes with daily life, is not part of the normal aging process. Learn what’s healthy aging and what’s not.