Researchers found data that showed, regardless of the number of headaches reported in addition to insomnia that cognitive behavioral therapy is indicated as first-line treatment.
A multidisciplinary writing group organized by the AHA Emergency Cardiovascular Care Science Subcommittee released recommendations to improve the quality of adult and pediatric neurologic prognostication studies for survivors of cardiac arrest.
The link between negative respiratory effects and air pollution is intuitive however, recent research has shown a robust association between pollution and myocardial infarction, heart failure, and stroke.
A recent meta-analysis found there is insufficient evidence supporting the link between some forms of subclinical atrial fibrillation and an increased risk of thrombotic events.
Research highlights the need for healthcare professionals to proactively and directly address the issues and risks of DMTs in terms of MS patients’ family planning activities.
Researchers found data that support intervention in chronic migraine for both the mother and child as headache frequency in children correlates with that of their mothers.