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Swearing closely related to emotional state
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Swearing closely related to emotional state

Study investigated association between emotional arousal and swearing fluency.

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Headache: Monthly Essentials January 2017

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The nightmare that is meningitis

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Paediatric headache disorders: diagnostic and therapeutic considerations

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CHD accelerates cognitive decline in dementia

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New protocol for bionic hand reconstruction

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Concerns voiced after first baby is born using pronuclear transfer

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Poststroke dementia: comprehensive guide discusses diagnosis, treatment, and prevention

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Poststroke OSA, cognitive problems improve spontaneously

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Vaccines fast-tracked to prevent global epidemics

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Yorkshire CCGs place ban on expensive treatments

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Addenbrooke’s hospital comes out of special measures

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Forecasts suggest NHS will need extra £88bn by 2067

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BMA accuses PM of ‘scapegoating’ GPs for NHS crisis

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Insomnia: paroxetine boosts zolpidem

There is a high association between insomnia and depression.

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Meta-analysis finds dose-response curve to alcohol consumption and dementia risk

Light drinking showed some protective benefit.

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Vitamin D and MS disability: no link for those living in sunnier latitudes

Vitamin D levels did not differ significantly between patients with MS having lesser vs greater disability.

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Left atrial appendage thrombus common in TAVR patients

LAAT, more common in patients with history of Afib, dramatically increases risk for procedural stroke.

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Resting metabolic activity within amygdala linked to risk of cardiovascular events
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Resting metabolic activity within amygdala linked to risk of cardiovascular events

New and important insights into mechanisms translating stress to cardiovascular disease.

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Antidepressants to treat cancer? SSRIs show oncolytic and chemosensitizing effects

A review of published evidence suggests that SSRIs combat more than cancer-related depression.

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MS prognosis: new agents have prolonged time to disability

Mean age for various disability milestones began rising after 2000 as new drugs became available.

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Chronic opioid therapy: how do patients get started?

24% of patients report taking opioids for indications other than intended.

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Sepsis risk is sharply higher in ALS

Patients with ALS, especially those on life support, have a much higher risk for sepsis than patients free of this disease.

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Hypertension lowers risk for dementia in the oldest-old

The association was independent of medication use.

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Study characterizes features of octogenerian parkinsonism

Parkinsonism progresses more rapidly, but is responsive to levodopa.

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SSRIs: oncolytic and chemosensitising benefits should be exploited in clinical practice
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SSRIs: oncolytic and chemosensitising benefits should be exploited in clinical practice

Evidence suggests SSRIs reduce the risk of breast, colorectal and lung cancer, and also have direct oncolytic and chemosensitising effects.

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OECD report criticises pharmaceutical pricing strategies
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OECD report criticises pharmaceutical pricing strategies

Payers must be able to lower or withdraw payment for new therapies that do not live up to expectations in the real world, according to the OECD.

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CDC: rural Americans at higher risk for death from top 5 causes

Striking gap in health affects 46 million Americans.

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