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Chronic opioid prescription is associated with increased risk of death in kidney transplant recipients.
A clinical trial confirms the safety and immunogenicity of a shingles vaccine for HIV-infected persons.
Data from the Gulf Long-term Follow-up Study indicate that oil spill workers with high total hydrocarbon exposure or stressful experiences have more depression and PTSD.
An investigation shows that among the Gulf Coast residents studied, smoking is the primary contributor to blood levels of compounds of concern.
An investigation finds that most reproductive-age women with breast cancer do not recall discussing the fertility impact of their breast cancer treatment with their doctor.
Racial differences in the quality of housing are likely to contribute to sleep disparities.
Data from the Gulf Long-term Follow-up Study show lung function reduced among oil-spill decontamination workers and those with high exposure to burning oil.
Data indicate that endotoxin exposure is associated with asthma and wheeze, and that dog and cat allergens enhance the association.
Data indicate that in 2016, 1.3 million adults in the U.S. had diagnosed type 1 diabetes; and 21 million had diagnosed type 2 diabetes.
Data analyses show that blacks are less likely than whites to report getting the recommended daily sleep of 7 to less than 9 hours.
A study examines the diet of Hispanics and Latinos by glycemic status and heritage.
Survey results show that adherence to key asthma-care recommendations is low among both primary care providers and specialists.
Data show that the majority of women studied report feeling adequately informed to talk to their daughters about genetic breast-cancer risks.
Data from the Detroit Neighborhood Health Study show that increases in the prevalence of abandoned homes and home foreclosures in one’s neighborhood is associated a decline in immunologic health.
A study shows that endotoxin levels in homes are associated with chronic bronchitis and emphysema.
Data analyses show that under the ACA, coverage for adults with diabetes increased and medical costs for lower-income families decreased.
Data indicate that the negative effects of bedroom allergens are strongly associated with the presence of pets and pests.
An investigation compares development in infants fed exclusively soy formula, cow-milk formula, and breast milk.
An analysis reveals that self-reported sleep duration is greater than objectively measured duration for all races, and especially in whites compared to blacks.
An analysis reveals that medications associated with antinuclear antibodies in certain individuals are not risk factors in the general population.
Data indicate that 20 percent of women with gestational diabetes go on to have a diabetes diagnosis.