Study findings indicate that returning to school earlier may lead to a faster recovery after a concussion.
Timothy S. Chang, MD, PhD and Lisa L. Barnes, PhD, discuss health disparities in Alzheimer disease and related dementias and how to improve clinical outcomes for patients from underrepresented groups.
The preliminary safety signal was identified by the CDC’s Vaccine Safety Datalink.
Researchers examined the relationship between maternal age and childhood ADHD to determine which factors may mediate or confound the association.
Findings published in 2020 suggest that irregular sleep schedules may increase CVD risk independent of sleep quality or duration.
Do women or girls with ADHD using hormonal contraceptives (HCs) have an increased risk for depression compared with HC users who do not have ADHD?
Approval of the Alzheimer medication lecanemab comes after controversial approval in 2021 of aducanumab, which met with criticism over concerns about that drug’s effectiveness, safety, pricing
Addition of left atrial reservoir strain also yields predicted net benefit in people without prior atrial fibrillation or stroke
Joseph D. Dougherty, PhD discusses genetic compounds’ ability to clear amyloid-β from the brain in patients with Alzheimer disease.
Research findings support the use of vitamin D supplementation to help slow cognitive decline in Alzheimer dementia and reduce Parkinson disease symptom severity.
The AAP outlines 5 tests and procedures commonly ordered in pediatric emergency medicine that clinicians and patients should question.
Researchers sought to evaluate how sustained attention relates to white matter maturation in children who are neurotypical and children with ADHD.
Recent FDA approvals include treatments for acute low back pain, postoperative nausea and vomiting, multiple myeloma, hemophilia B, and fibromyalgia pain.
Researchers investigated the efficacy of methylphenidate and behavioral parent training in improving global functioning in preschool children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder.
Lowest CVD risk seen for those who combined a DASH-style diet with lowest frequency of adding salt to food.
As people living with HIV begin to age, their risk of developing HIV-associated cognitive decline increases. A specific training program to help patients with HIV with speed of processing (SOP) may help stall those effects.
Researchers compared the quality of life in adolescents with and without a diagnosis of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder.
Almost one-quarter of adults sleep less than 7 hours on workdays.
Those with a family history or higher self-perceived risk are more likely to participate.
Authors say routine screening for depression and anxiety may be beneficial in clinical practice.