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Researchers sought to examine the link between intelligence scores during childhood and leading causes of death during the life course.
The use of PAP, compared with no treatment or sham, was not associated with reduced risks of cardiovascular outcomes or death for patients with sleep apnea.
Results from a 27-year follow-up study found no association between physical activity and a lower risk of dementia.
The generic forms of Strattera are the first to be approved by the FDA for the treatment of ADHD.
The guideline highlights the incidence, risk factors, and preventive approaches of SUDEP.
Cannabidiol appears to reduce seizures for some patients with Lennox-Gastaut syndrome.
The test will provide information on an individual's genetic predisposition to 10 diseases or conditions.
The American Academy of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery foundation has released an updated clinical guideline for benign paroxysmal positional vertigo.
The FDA approved Ocrevus to treat adults with primary progressive multiple sclerosis and relapsing forms of the disease.
Six guidelines establish updated clinical practice recommendations for the evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of obstructive sleep apnea in adults.
A traumatic brain injury can change physical, cognitive, and emotional functioning, which can include changes in the patient's sleeping patterns.
Some well-known sleep disorders are associated with headaches, including sleep apnea and parasomnias.
Clinicians in all settings are in a position to identify patients with potential myopathic processes and complete an initial diagnostic work-up.
The incidence of concussion is increasing in children and adults, as is the demand for clinicians who can diagnose and treat both patient groups.
Increasing evidence has shown a link between pesticide exposure and the risk for Parkinson's disease. How real is this link on the golf course?
After consulting a neurologist, the nurse practitioner determined a diagnosis of REM sleep behavior disorder.
A man, aged 56, presented with complaints about episodes of vertigo and disabling headaches.
If a patient is truly bradykinetic, their blink rate will be decreased.
Referring to infants as "addicted" to opiates is clinically incorrect and creates stigma surrounding treatment.
Treatments for elderly patients who have dementia and sleep disorders.