A non-randomized, open-label study of the safety and effectiveness of a novel non-pneumatic compression device (NPCD) for lower limb lymphedema
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Barriers and enablers of weight management after breast cancer: a thematic analysis of free text survey responses using the COM-B model
Weight gain is common after breast cancer. The aim of this study was to identify and describe the barriers to and enablers of successful weight management for women with breast cancer.
Correlates of common concerns in older cancer survivors of leukemia and lymphoma: results from the WHI LILAC study
Older survivors of leukemia and lymphoma often experience long-term effects of chemotherapy. We described common concerns related to their cancer and treatment in older survivors of leukemia and non-Hodgkin lymphoma (NHL) and assessed correlates of these concerns.
The results of our search reveal strong evidence that the consumption of SSB is positively associated with increased risks of CVD and that the magnitude of that risk is increased in a dose-dependent manner.
Lipedema is often unrecognized or misdiagnosed; despite an estimated prevalence of 10% in the overall female population, its cause is still unknown. There is increasing awareness of this condition, but its differential diagnosis can still be challenging. In this article, we summarize current hypotheses on its pathogenesis and the recommendations of current guidelines for its diagnosis and treatment.