This randomized clinical trial examines the effects of a 2-year calorie restriction program on mood, quality of life, sleep, and sexual function in normal-weight adults.
This summary and comparison of 2015 breast cancer screening recommendations from the American Cancer Society and US Preventive Services Task Force highlights the importance of a favorable benefit to harm ratio in the creation of mammography screening guidelines.
This ecological study using data from the SEER cancer registries examines the associations between rates of mammography screening and the incidence of breast cancer, mortality from breast cancer, and tumor size.
This multistep, static, deterministic model that combined national population data finds that sequential steps along the HIV care continuum were associated with reduced HIV transmission rates. See the Invited Commentary by Giordano.
This multicenter, double-blind, sham-controlled clinical trial demonstrates that among service members with persistent postconcussion symptoms hyperbaric oxygen showed no benefits over sham compressions. See the Invited Commentary by Hoge and Jonas.
The Women’s Health Study is a nationwide cohort of US women free of cardiovascular disease, cancer, or other major illness at baseline from 1992 to 1995. A total of 27 542 women aged 45 to 79 years with complete ascertainment of plasma lipids and other risk factors were followed for a median of 10 years.