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In a report of the long-term outcomes of probiotics plus peanut oral immunotherapy, more than half of study participants were able to continue eating peanuts up to four years later.
Study highlights a need for adolescent men who have sex with men to be given pre-exposure prophylaxis and for adherence to be promoted in this group.
Study supports existing research that preoperative opioid use could lead to worse pain outcomes after surgery.
In a placebo-controlled trial, transcranial direct-current stimulation did not show non-inferiority compared with escitalopram and was associated with more adverse events.
Study investigated the link between non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and raised blood pressure and heart problems in patients who either had, or were at increased risk, of coronary artery disease.
Study shows that current smokers, aged 60 years or older, had a 60% greater odds of becoming frail during follow-up compared with non-smokers.
Study suggests that serotonin 2C receptor agonists may be useful in preventing metabolic side effects associated with taking atypical antipsychotics.
A diagnostic test for urinary tract infections, that affect 100 million women annually, could be valuable in the fight against antimicrobial resistance.
A study in the Annals of Internal Medicine suggests that continuing statin treatment beyond the first two years can be beneficial.
Targeting Ripk1 could be an effective treatment for skin conditions such as eczema and psoriasis, a study finds.
Drug interventions can reduce fracture risk in men who receive ADT, but further research is needed.
Repurposing existing GLP-1R agonists used to treat diabetes could be an alternative treatment option for reducing raised intracranial pressure, researchers find.
Researchers find that the drug can be an effective treatment for women who are susceptible to fracture.
Cathelicidins could be a new therapeutic strategy for the management of human rhinovirus infection, researchers suggest.
Findings show that the antidepressants citalopram and paroxetine have significant beneficial effects, clearly outperforming placebo.
Researchers conclude that there is no clinically meaningful association between PPI use and risk of Alzheimer’s disease.
Study explores the impact of both oral contraceptives and breastfeeding on womens’ risk of rheumatoid arthritis.
Analysis of randomised controlled trials assessing the use of gabapentinoids for chronic low back pain confirms that evidence on their use is limited and the drug should be used with caution.
Marijuana users more than three times as likely as non-users to die from hypertension-related causes, according to retrospective analysis.
Antidepressants might put Alzheimer’s patients at a higher risk of traumatic brain injuries, as well as falls.