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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy App Lowers A1c in Type 2 Diabetes

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Publish DateDecember 15, 2022

Bonaca, a cardiologist and vascular medicine specialist and executive director of CPC Clinical Research and CPC Community Health, an academic research organization created by and affiliated with the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus in Aurora, Colo., reported several other 180-day outcomes in the BT-001 trial.

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Feet Off the Gas: How to Help Patients Hang Up the Car Keys

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Publish DateDecember 01, 2022

Researchers at the University of Colorado School of Medicine Anschutz Medical Campus in Aurora, Colorado, sought to measure the effect that an online decision aid could have on easing stress and building knowledge about when driving is no longer safe.

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Celiac Disease Linked to Higher Risk for Rheumatoid Arthriti

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Publish DateNovember 18, 2022

"Particularly in pediatrics, we are trained to screen patients with JIA for celiac disease, but this study points to the possible bidirectional association and the importance of maintaining a clinical suspicion for JIA and RA among established celiac disease patients," Marisa Stahl, MD, assistant professor of pediatrics and associate program director of the pediatric gastroenterology, hepatology, and nutrition fellowship training program at the University of Colorado School of Medicine in Aurora, told Medscape Medical News.

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Pediatric Celiac Disease Incidence Varies Across US, Europe

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Publish DateNovember 08, 2022

"Determining the true incidence of celiac disease (CD) is not possible without nonbiased screening for the disease. This is because many cases occur with neither a family history nor with classic symptoms," write Edwin Liu, MD, a pediatric gastroenterologist at the Children's Hospital Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus and director of the Colorado Center for Celiac Disease, and colleagues.

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Should We Discontinue Medications in Older Patients With Multiple Sclerosis?

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Publish DateNovember 03, 2022

We're fortunate today to have Dr. John Corboy as our guest. He started the first one of these trials, and it has just recently been completed. He'll talk to us about that. Dr. Corboy is a professor of neurology, executive vice chair of neurology at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, and medical director of the Rocky Mountain MS Center. Welcome, Dr. Corboy.

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Mental Distress: Prostate Cancer's 'Elephant in the Room'

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Publish DateNovember 03, 2022

Corey Lyon, DO, vice chair for clinical affairs in the Department of Family Medicine at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, says primary care doctors are playing a bigger role in providing psychiatric care and can offer emotional support for these patients as part of an emphasis on "whole-person care."

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Worse COVID Outcomes Seen with Gout, especially in Women

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Publish DateOctober 27, 2022

Kevin D. Deane, MD, PhD, associate professor of medicine and chair in rheumatology research at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus in Aurora, advises physicians to keep in mind other conditions linked with increased risk for severe COVID-19, including advanced age, heart, lung, or kidney problems, and autoimmune diseases.

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COVID Childcare Woes Increased Stress in Healthcare Workers: Study

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Publish DateJuly 26, 2022

The survey was conducted by researchers at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, who collected data from 58,408 healthcare workers in 208 organizations between April and December 2020. Respondents were asked, "Due to…COVID-19, I am experiencing concerns about childcare," and subsequently assessed their CCS on a scale of 1, "not at all," to 4, "a great extent," with a score of 3 or 4 representing high CCS.

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