Dr Nicola Davies discusses the potential of deep brain stimulation for the treatment of chronic pain.
Study researchers evaluated whether hypertension and prehypertension could predict greater decline in cognitive performance.
With little being known about the predictors or moderators of dTMS outcome for OCD, this study sought to examine if several theoretically relevant variables may predict and moderate treatment effects including OCD symptom severity, functional impairment, co-occurring depressive symptoms, age, gender, age of OCD onset, and family history of OCD.
The test measures glial fibrillary acidic protein and ubiquitin carboxyl-terminal hydrolase L1, biomarkers present in blood plasma at elevated concentrations after a brain injury.
Dietary vitamin E and vitamin C intake may be inversely associated with Parkinson disease risk.
Longer sleep-onset latency, as monitored by wrist actigraphy, predicts long-term declines in global cognitive function, verbal learning, and memory in Hispanic/Latino adults.
Investigators evaluated the added value of incorporating data on the optic nerve region to current diagnostic criteria for patients with multiple sclerosis.
A systematic scoping review examines the literature about the influence of sleep disorders and disturbance on pain outcomes among US veterans with chronic nonmalignant pain.
Intensive health surveillance of close contracts of patients with COVID-19 provided a rare opportunity to determine asymptomatic attack rates and SARS-CoV-2 transmission risk factors.
Mindfulness-based stress reduction does not improve migraine frequency more than headache education.