Researchers analyzed the effects of using anticholinergics to treat tardive dyskinesia (TD) and developed recommendations for TD differentiation, appropriate use of anticholinergics, and more.
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Researchers assessed the longitudinal performance of the ROADS compared with the ALSFRS-RSE in the evaluation of functional status in patients with ALS.
Researchers sought to identify the prevalence of recurrent CNVs in children diagnosed with early onset psychosis and compare this prevalence with individuals with ASD.
Researchers investigated whether lurasidone monotherapy would improve health-related quality of life.
Researchers evaluated the efficacy and safety of intravenous ublituximab compared with oral teriflunomide in patients with relapsing MS using 2 identically designed clinical trials.
In a study, researchers investigated whether treatment with lithium carbonate may decrease the risk for drug-related suicidal behavior and ideation as well as hostility and aggression in the setting of bipolar disorder.
Researchers investigated whether there were identifiable treatment-specific and shared predictors for response to pharmacotherapies for ADHD among children.
Researchers investigated whether individuals with symptoms of depression were more sensitive to missed opportunities.
In an observational analysis, researchers investigated whether chronic kidney disease associated with a higher risk for spontaneous intracerebral hemorrhage.
Researchers assessed potential cognitive and behavioral changes during DBS in patients with LGS, as well as caregiver assessments of disability/severity, before and after DBS treatment.
In this study, trends in trazodone use between 2009 and 2019 were evaluated among patients with insomnia.
Several physicians from major societies who work in an interventional laboratory environment have published a position paper on occupational health risks.
Researchers studied whether a dance intervention may be beneficial for adolescents with autism spectrum disorder.
Researchers searched for protective effects in gut microbiota from the pathogenesis of major depressive disorder.
Researchers investigated whether memantine was be effective and safe for the treatment of autism spectrum disorder and/or obsessive-compulsive disorder among children and adolescents.
Researchers investigated whether an improvement in subjective sleep measures was associated with opioid therapies among patients with chronic low back pain.
Letter authors sought to evaluate the relationship between diabetes mellitus and neurofilament light concentrations in a subgroup of participants in the MARK-PD study.
We spoke with Rebecca Edelmayer, PhD, the Alzheimer’s Association Senior Director of Scientific Engagement, about studies presented at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference (AAIC) 2022 regarding individual’s life experiences and brain health.
Researchers sought to assess the effectiveness of disease-modifying treatments on the risk for becoming wheelchair dependent in patients with PPMS.
In an update to treatment strategies for hyperbilirubinemia in newborns, the American Academy of Pediatrics has reviewed the research on the adverse effects of phototherapy and the efficacy of intravenous immune globulin therapy to prevent exchange transfusion in newborn infants.
Results of a study supported growing evidence that elective deliveries should be delayed to ≥39 weeks’ gestation to reduce risk for ADHD.
Researchers investigated whether earlier initiation of paliperidone palmitate was associated with fewer events of treatment failure due to hospitalization, arrest, or incarceration compared with oral antipsychotics among patients with schizophrenia.
Researchers investigated whether time from psychosis onset to treatment differs on the basis of ethnicity.
An educational comic book was not an effective intervention for decreasing anxiety among pediatric patients undergoing surgery.
Researchers discuss the potential mechanisms of entry of COVID-19 viral pathogen invasion of the CNS, including hematogenous and transneuronal spread, and how it relates to COVID-19.
Researchers sought to assess how SARS-CoV-2 enters the respiratory system and proceeds to enter the brain and contribute to neuronal spreading.
Researchers assessed the persistence and prognostic implications of COVID-19-related smell and taste among patients with COVID-19 infections.
Researchers examined the association between patterns of physical and mental activities and dementia, and whether it can be modified among individuals with higher disease susceptibility.
The researchers investigated whether lay home visitor-delivered intervention were effective at reducing perceived stress and depressive symptoms among postpartum women.
Individuals with no history of insomnia were recruited to participate in this study and either completed the Trier Social Stress Test or the Cold Pressor Task.