Most Recent Articles by Cindy Lampner
Men with low serum vitamin D levels had significantly increased odds of headache compared with those who had normal levels.
Infection with the flu or receiving the flu vaccine during pregnancy was not linked to autism in offspring.
Mitochondrial metabolism is one of the pathways affected in chronic fatigue syndrome.
A patient with a baseline pain score of 60 on a scale of 0 to 100 would be expected to have a pain score of 45 after a non-acupuncture intervention; 35 after a sham acupuncture intervention; and 30 after true acupuncture.
A 30% or greater decline in mean monthly moderate-to-severe headache days was met by 45.3 % (n=24) of patients treated with occipital nerve stimulation.
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