Understanding Pediatric Umbilical Hernias

These protrusions can be benign and undergo spontaneous closure by age 4 or 5 years, but some patients with acute complications require urgent surgical intervention.

Understanding and Treating Chylothorax

Although it is rare, chylothorax has devastating consequences if not recognized early and managed appropriately.

A Review of Rheumatoid Arthritis for Pharmacists

Given the complicated dosing and adverse-event profiles of pharmacotherapy for rheumatoid arthritis, pharmacists can provide useful services for both patients and prescribers.

Recognizing and Addressing Infections in Patients With Diabetes

Because of a complex interplay between various factors, poorly controlled disease leads to
a greater risk for the development of infections and related complications.




Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal tunnel syndrome is a common nerve condition that occurs when the median nerve in the arm is compressed at the wrist inside the carpal tunnel.

Prediabetes Trends Among U.S. Adults

Up to 70% of individuals with prediabetes will eventually develop type 2 diabetes, and without preventative interventions, many will progress to within 5 years.

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