Most Recent Articles by Sheila Jacobs
Previous research found an association between AED use and reduced bone density in adults.
Although the prevalence of autism spectrum disorder is known to be more common among males than among females in the general population, information on sex-specific recurrence patterns is lacking.
Multiple biological factors may play a role when cognitive decline is observed in older health adults.
Mechanisms including silent cerebral infarct, microemboli, microbleedings, and cerebral hypoperfusion may be responsible for the link between atrial fibrillation and cognitive decline.
The treatment was effective in patients with autism with or without comorbid ADHD or neurogenetic disorders.
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