Researchers sought to compare the efficacy of a standard version of an internet-delivered CBT-I program, a culturally tailored version, and a sleep education control at improving insomnia symptoms.
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Researchers sought to examine the demographic and clinical characteristics of patients who were infected with COVID-19 and developed PASC.
In a large, prospective cohort study, researchers assessed the association between daily total physical activity and the risk of developing disabling dementia in the general Japanese population.
In a prospective cohort study, researchers assessed whether adverse childhood experiences may increase the risk for multiple sclerosis in women.
Researchers sought to examine the association between physical activity and NfL concentration with cognitive decline in older adults.
Researchers sought to determine whether concussions and a history of playing football influenced a possible association between ACEs and poor neuropsychiatric health.
In a systematic review, researchers reported on the presence of antiseizure medications in the breast milk of women with epilepsy and potential infant exposure to those who were breastfed.
In a systematic review and meta-analysis, researchers estimated the prevalence of malnutrition and nutritional deficiencies in children with cerebral palsy.
Strabismus preceded gross motor symptoms in a majority of late-infantile MLD cases in which both symptoms developed at similar times.
Researchers sought to explore the association between time to recovery of consciousness and hypoxemia and other clinical predictors in survivors of severe COVID-19.