This rare syndrome is attributed to repetitive movements of hyperabduction, extension, and retroversion, more commonly found in people involved in sports such as rowing, wrestling, weight lifting, and swimming. Read more.
Circadian desynchrony leads to disturbances in sleep and metabolism. Shift workers, in whom circadian rhythm is interrupted, are at greater risk for sleep disorders, cardiovascular disease, and type 2 diabetes mellitus. Read more.
The authors propose a practical and straightforward 2-step approach to manage heart failure with reduced ejection fraction and heart failure comorbidities. Their proposed approached aims to reduce cardiac mortality and hospitalization. Read more.