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Do omega-3s help elderly patients with memory complaints?

Interventions tested applicable to real-world settings.

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Rivaroxaban vs dabigatran or warfarin: which is better for stroke prevention in Afib?

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Low-dose aspirin fails to preserve cognitive function

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Stroke mortality associated with low magnesium levels

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Antidepressant use in early pregnancy does not increase risk of autism

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29 million people remain uninsured in the USA

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Obese and underweight individuals more likely to have migraines

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Increasing burden of Lyme disease in England

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Cannabis-based treatment cuts Lennox-Gastaut epileptic seizures in half

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Cycling to work could reduce cancer risk, says study

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Amino acid restricting diet could ‘starve’ cancer

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Don’t neglect the NHS in June election, warns BMA

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Bullying and anxiety frequent among UK teens

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Links between housing problems and mental illness

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Diet drinks linked to stroke and dementia
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Diet drinks linked to stroke and dementia

The analysis of the Framingham Heart Study Offspring Cohort found a three-fold increased risk of stroke and dementia with daily consumption.

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Half of patients are willing to replace doctors with robots
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Half of patients are willing to replace doctors with robots

A new survey looking at patient acceptance of artificial intelligence in the healthcare sector has produced interesting findings.

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Do embolic protection devices offer real protection in TAVI?

Not according to a meta-analysis, which found similar rates of new ischemic lesions regardless of EPD use.

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Early-onset Alzheimer’s: how are patients affected by anosognosia?

Lack of awareness of one's own illness tends to make it worse.

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MS: smoking cessation slows disability progression

Risk of reaching various levels of disability falls with each additional year of abstinence.

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Myasthenia gravis: predictors of relapse, generalization identified

Patients with relapse were more than twice as likely to have other autoimmune diseases.

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Vestibular rehabilitation effective in patients with vestibular migraine

It relieves not only migraine but also dizziness and psychological symptoms.

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Anxiety in fibromyalgia countered by exercise

An estimated 31% of fibromyalgia patient experience anxiety, which is in turn associated with FM pain.

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European doctors association publishes policy position on off-label use of medicines
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European doctors association publishes policy position on off-label use of medicines

The Standing Committee of European Doctors reminds physicians that they have a duty to inform the patient before a product is used off-label.

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Parkinson's disease: amyloid pathology implicated in dopa-resistant gait progression

Low CSF levels of Aβ42 tied to rapid progression of gait variability despite optimal medical therapy.

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Chronic low back pain: clobazam has analgesic effects

Benzodiazepines are known for muscle-relaxant effects, but little is known about their analgesic properties.

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Parkinson's disease: falls occurring in community, at home differ somewhat

Community falls were more commonly related to terrain and attention demands.

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PTSD linked to Parkinson’s risk

There is a large body of research suggesting that stress may lead to neurotoxicity in the brain.

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Vitamin E not looking good to prevent dementia

Results of a Cochrane review.

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