Prostate cancer – who is at risk? New guidelines explain all

PCa is more aggressive among men of African descent, probably due to delayed diagnosis and treatment, poor cancer awareness and

Osteoporosis in the oldest of the old: to treat or not to treat?

Women are at greater risk of osteoporosis due to the fact that they reach a lower peak bone mineral density

Men: a different depression?

In Sub-Saharan Africa, 3645 and 2988 individuals per 100 000 population were affected. This means the incidence of anxiety and depression

New kids on the block boost ADHD armamentarium

Methylphenidate hydrochloride modified-release (MR) is an intermediate-acting stimulant with a rapid onset of action and has sustained efficacy for up

Seeing the person and not the disease

The concept of compounding dates back centuries and was used up to the late 1960s when the mass production of medicines became more common.

Blood pressure control leads to a longer life!

Hypertension is closely related to adverse outcomes including cardiovascular disease, chronic kidney disease and cognitive impairment/dementia.

Keeping teen bones strong

The International Osteoporosis Foundation states that the micronutrients of most importance to optimise bone health are calcium and vitamin D.

Is there a potential adjunct role for probiotics in IBD management?

The global prevalence of IBD is estimated to be around 0.3%.

8 Pillars of fluid stewardship

Each day, over 20% of patients in ICUs receive IV fluid resuscitation, and more than 30% receive fluid resuscitation during their first day in the ICU.

Clinical presentation of Schizophrenia

Schizophrenia is described as a debilitating, chronic, and relapsing brain disorder with
complex symptomology.

7 tips to improve management of ‘geriatric’ pregnancy

Pregnancy at advanced (AMA) and very advanced maternal age (VAMA) – defined as pregnancy ≥35-years and ≥40-years, respectively – is associated with increased rates of complications such as stillbirth, miscarriage (25%), post-term induction, failure to progress in labour, postpartum haemorrhage, Caesarean section (25.9%), and instrumental delivery rates.

Early rhythm control can prevent CV complications in patients with AFib

This year marks the 25th anniversary of the discovery that thinning blood using vitamin K antagonists (VKAs) prevents strokes in