- Written by Dana Sparks Dana Sparks
- Published: 07 January 2020 07 January 2020
Yuma, Arizona - Viral gastroenteritis, also known as the stomach bug, is an intestinal infection marked by watery diarrhea, abdominal cramps, nausea or vomiting, and sometimes fever. It is often called the stomach flu, but it is not actually the flu, or influenza, which is a respiratory illness. Often this infection is developed though contact with an infected person, or by ingesting contaminated food or water.
Cardiovascular Disease, Technology and Personalized Care Highlighted in ADA’s 2020 Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes
- Written by Sabrina Pringle Sabrina Pringle
- Published: 01 January 2020 01 January 2020
Arlington, Virginia - A strong recurring message of individualizing patient care is echoed throughout the American Diabetes Association's Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes—2020 (Standards of Care) published today. Based upon the latest scientific diabetes research and clinical trials, the Standards of Care includes new and updated recommendations and guidelines for caring for people with diabetes.
- Written by YNN YNN
- Published: 28 November 2019 28 November 2019
Phoenix, Arizona - Governor Doug Ducey declared, November 21, 2019, Rural Health Day in Arizona to recognize the economic contributions of Arizona’s rural communities and affirm the state’s commitment to ensuring access to high-quality health care for all of the state's residents.
- Written by Mayo Clinic Minute Mayo Clinic Minute
- Published: 08 December 2019 08 December 2019
Rochester, Minnesota - Croup is a viral illness that the whole family can get, but it typically occurs in younger children. In this Mayo Clinic Minute, Dr. Robert Jacobson, a Mayo Clinic pediatrician, explains what parents can do if their child develops croup.
- Written by Steve Weiss Steve Weiss
- Published: 18 October 2019 18 October 2019
Washington, DC - Hundreds of cardiovascular disease patients, survivors, caregivers, researchers and others from across the country descended on Washington, D.C. this week to ask their elected representatives to “pave the path forward” for policies that lead to longer, healthier lives.