Most Recent Articles by Tara Haelle, MS
In individuals who can adequately access healthcare appointments, medications, and other treatments, the combination of driving restrictions and sparse or nonexistent public transportation options interferes with daily living and their overall quality of life.
As the population ages, and as both the incidence of diabetes and the survival rates after chemotherapy treatment increase, the number of patients with neuropathic pain is expected to rise.
Overall, 26 of the 34 studies suggested a positive relationship between insomnia and depression.
Researchers are still not sure of a causal relationship.
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