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Osteoporosis may up risk stroke risk
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Osteoporosis may up risk stroke risk

Risk pronounced in young adults with severe OA.

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Dementia patients receiving PPIs are prone to pneumonia

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Parkinson’s disease: Can serum uric acid predict risk and progression?

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Asthma patients at risk for cognitive dysfunction

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Poststroke anxiety linked to depression?

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Parkinson's disease: how common are impulse control disorders?

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Do VIP patients get better care?

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Tributes paid to doctors who rushed to save lives during London terrorist attack

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Improvement in statin adherence of 20% lowers risk for stroke by 8%

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£2bn for social care ‘not solution to the crisis’

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Less than half of women breastfeed after 2 months

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RCGP: Millions should be reassured by pill study

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Alzheimer’s test needs more research, says charity

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Baby teeth removals rise by a quarter

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Cut to pharmacies’ subsidy faces High Court challenge

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Chronic fatigue syndrome: activin B may aid diagnosis

A novel biomarker for chronic fatigue syndrome/myalgic encephalomyelitis.

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Fractures: a harbinger of ALS?

Elevated risk for ALS persists for many years post-fracture.

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Dementia: Monthly Essentials March 2017
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Dementia: Monthly Essentials March 2017

Sleep duration and dementia | Nonresponse to antipsychotics a bad sign in dementia

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Delayed-release DMF for MS: efficacy holds up in integrated analysis

Data from the randomized phase 3 DEFINE and CONFIRM trials

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Hormonal therapy in early menopause associated with functional brain changes and performance

Functional MRI testing may help explain effects of HT.

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European junior doctors group issues warning on Brexit
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European junior doctors group issues warning on Brexit

The European Junior Doctors Permanent Working Group warns that the UK's departure from the EU will have “profound repercussions for the medical profession".

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Does a history of preeclampsia affect cognition later in life?

Risk factors for preeclampsia are the same as risk factors for cardiovascular disease.

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Antiepileptic drugs linked to thyroid dysfunction

Which epilepsy patients are most at risk?

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Leukoaraiosis predicts stroke-associated pneumonia

SAP is associated with poor functional outcomes, necessitating predictive markers.

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FDA approves Xadago for Parkinson's disease

Add-on therapy reduces "off episodes" during treatment with levodopa-carbidopa.

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A.fib patients can safely discontinue blood thinners after successful ablation
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A.fib patients can safely discontinue blood thinners after successful ablation

Data from a new study suggests anticoagulants may be stopped with little risk of stroke, following ablation in specific patients with persistent atrial fibrillation.

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Google’s kidney injury deal should serve as a “cautionary tale for health care”
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Google’s kidney injury deal should serve as a “cautionary tale for health care”

The collaboration allowed Google to access 1.6 million identifiable patient records that included information about HIV status, drug overdoses and abortions.

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Can supplements prevent dementia?
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Can supplements prevent dementia?

Findings from the Prevention of Alzheimer's Disease by Vitamin E and Selenium (PREADViSE) clinical trial.

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GPs in Accident and Emergency, will it work?

New budget scheme to tackle hospital overcrowding

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