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New FDA-Approved Chronic Obesity Medication
Bariatrics
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently approved Wegovy—a new weekly injectable medication to help manage chronic obesity.
This article could include what the medication is, who it's designed to help (and who it isn't), when it will be available, potential side effects and where to turn for additional information. A sidebar could list and define other medications designed to help people lose weight.
The Future of Cardiovascular Care?
Cardiovascular
Engineers at the University of California San Diego recently announced the development of a soft and stretchy ultrasound patch that can be worn on the skin to monitor blood flow through major arteries and veins deep inside a person's body. This is being called a game changer because there is currently nothing like it that can illuminate cardiovascular issues in the making.
This article could describe this new promising technology and talk about how to promote cardiovascular health until such technology has been incorporated into clinical settings (which will be a long while, according to the report).
Food as Medicine
Oncology
When it comes to a lot of diseases, food is medicine, but not in the way many people might think. No food can cure disease, but a balanced healthy diet can help you avoid oncologic diseases and bolster your immune system.
This article could spotlight the role food plays in cancer prevention and the role diet may play in cancer recovery.
When It Hurts to Type or Text
Orthopedics
What exactly are the warning signs/symptoms of carpal and cubital tunnel syndromes and what can an orthopedist do to alleviate the pain of these conditions?
This article could answer these questions and discuss what surgery means for the patient in terms of outcomes and length of time to heal.
How to Care for a Kid With COVID-19
Pediatrics
We're well into year two of the global pandemic, and children under age 12 are not yet eligible for vaccination, which makes them part of a vulnerable population.
This article could cover what to do if your child contracts COVID-19. With a sidebar for preventing COVID-19 in kids (especially in the school setting).
Shingles Prevention
Wellness
One in 3 people will develop shingles, and the risk increases with age. Shingles has no cure, but an effective vaccine is available for people 50 and older.
This article could explain what shingles is, explore risk factors and symptoms, and discuss how vaccination can prevent this condition.
Folic Acid: Fact and Folly
Women’s
All women—not just of childbearing age—need folic acid. Studies show that many women still don't get enough folic acid in their diet.
This article could address truths and misconceptions about folic acid. It could also discuss the specific groups of women who are known to not get enough folic acid every day and offer ways to increase folic acid intake through diet (or supplements), if needed. For a sidebar, a simple quiz could pose diet and lifestyle questions to determine if the reader might need to increase folic acid intake.
Tasty Foods Linked to Weight Loss
Bariatrics
According to a recent study, foods that contain high levels of flavanol, like cocoa and apples, may help reduce body fat.
This article could give examples of tasty foods that may help people lose weight.
Heart Study: Summer Risk of Event Low, But Don't Let Your Guard Down
Cardiovascular
A Journal of the American Heart Association study found that the risk of a cardiac event is lower in summer than in winter.
This article could explain why, and emphasize that people should still take heart health seriously when it's hot out.

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