Researchers conducted a study to examine whether plasma biomarkers can differentiate collegiate athletes who return to sports participation in less than 14 days or 14 days or more following a sports-related concussion.
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Study findings showed vitamin D levels to be sufficient in two-thirds of participants assessed with multiple sclerosis, likely due to supplementation.
No causal associations found between hypertension, systolic/diastolic blood pressures, high/low density lipoproteins, or type 2 diabetes on multiple sclerosis risk.
Researchers sought to determine whether triglyceride levels were independently associated with cardiovascular disease among patients with coronary artery disease and type 2 diabetes.
Simple coping behaviors may protect against anxiety and depressive symptoms during the COVID-19 pandemic and lockdown.
Researchers conducted a randomized clinical trial to assess whether 24 weeks of treatment with rotigotine can modify cognitive functions in patients with mild to moderate Alzheimer disease.
Heightened cognitive arousal at bedtime is linked to objective sleep disturbances and indicators of psychological hyperarousal at night and during the day.
Approximately one-third of patients with migraine reported using opioids to treat their symptoms, a practice that contrasts with current guidelines.
Researchers sought to determine the relationship between neuroimaging markers and other clinical characteristics with mild parkinsonian signs in older adults.
Researchers sought to identify health care system factors that contribute to missed or delayed diagnosis of dementia by primary care providers.
Researchers simulated the ongoing trajectory of the COVID-19 outbreak in Wuhan, China, and estimated that social distancing measures could reduce the rate of infection by 92% by mid-2020.
Researchers conducted a cross-sectional, hospital-based study to determine the association between smartphone use and worsening symptoms of migraine, chronic migraine, and tension-type headaches.
Although the American Academy of Pediatrics has published thorough guidelines and recommendations for screening for developmental disorders, many clinicians have not incorporated screening into routine well visits.
Researchers found that a poor night’s sleep may increase risk for migraine the following day, rather than the next morning.
Researchers sought to identify the major leading nonpharmaceutical intervention for ADHD cognitive symptomology, as well as which cognitive symptoms are most amenable to change.
Children and adolescents undergoing infusion therapy for migraine were found to have higher levels of functional disability and a lower quality of life compared with patients not receiving infusion therapy.
The USPSTF concluded that the current evidence is insufficient to assess the balance of benefits and harms of screening for elevated blood lead levels in asymptomatic children and pregnant women.
No association was found between the long-term influence of pregnancy history and age-related changes in cognitive function.
Women diagnosed with an infection during delivery were found to be at an increased risk for hospital readmission due to stroke.
For both delivery and postpartum stroke, black women were found to be at an increased risk compared with white women.
In a Minnesota-based hospital chain, about 50 employees have been fired for refusing to receive the flu vaccination.
WHO has updated its Essential Medicines List to include new recommendations for which drugs should be used in common infections and serious conditions.
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