PLOS Medicine

Regular evaluation of uterine health can reduce cancer risk

Analysis of UK compliance with endometrial hyperplasia guidelines.

Eliminating the largest wine glasses reduces wine sold in bars and pubs

The finding could provide one way of nudging customers to drink less alcohol.

The association between assisted reproductive technologies and obesity

The associations between different fertility treatments and BMI in children.

How FDRs with Familial Risk for CRC can benefit from colonoscopy screening?

Study investigated whether the uptake of FIT screening is superior to the uptake of colonoscopy screening.

Fathers’ psychiatric diagnosis, the chances of preterm birth are higher

New analysis of Swedish birth records suggests it’s not only mothers’ mental health that’s important.

Early induction of labor reduces inequities in adverse perinatal outcomes

More than half a million births in England to probe the effects of inducing labor at 39 weeks gestation.

“catch up” HPV screening may improve cervical cancer prevention in older

Older women who received a “catch up” screening intervention were more likely to be diagnosed.

Specific DNA modifications are linked to certain conditions, including breast cancer

A longitudinal, population-based linked cohort study of 18,413 Scottish individuals.

Tofacitinib could effectively treat Polymyalgia Rheumatica

It avoids the need for steroids.

Probing the underlying mechanisms of immune dysfunction in Chronic lymphocytic leukemia

With a median age at diagnosis of 70 years, chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) is the most common form of leukemia in Western nations and...

Men and women with migraine have a higher chance of experiencing an ischemic stroke

Women may also have a slightly higher risk of heart attack and hemorrhagic stroke.

How treatment affect to patients having chronic diseases?

Researchers found no evidence that treatment efficacies depend on number of comorbidities.

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