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Acupuncture may help people suffering from chronic tension-type headaches

Acupuncture may help people suffering from chronic tension-type headaches

Youth hockey players with more years of bodychecking experience have higher concussion risk

Youth hockey players with more years of bodychecking experience have higher concussion risk

Cost of brand-name antiseizure medications increased by 277% from 2010 to 2018, study finds

Cost of brand-name antiseizure medications increased by 277% from 2010 to 2018, study finds

Shingles is not associated with increased risk of dementia, finds study

Shingles is not associated with increased risk of dementia, finds study

Social isolation may be an early indicator of increased dementia risk

Social isolation may be an early indicator of increased dementia risk

Size of air pollution particles may affect a person's risk of dying from stroke, study finds

Size of air pollution particles may affect a person's risk of dying from stroke, study finds

Seven healthy habits may lower the risk of dementia in people with high genetic risk

Seven healthy habits may lower the risk of dementia in people with high genetic risk

Study supports the use of age-specific risk prediction scores for dementia

Study supports the use of age-specific risk prediction scores for dementia

Study: Different types of brain damage may lead to similar concussion symptoms in children

Study: Different types of brain damage may lead to similar concussion symptoms in children

Maternal antidepressant use during pregnancy does not increase epilepsy risk in babies

Maternal antidepressant use during pregnancy does not increase epilepsy risk in babies

Telltale signs of concussions may be found in the gut, study suggests

Telltale signs of concussions may be found in the gut, study suggests

Biomarkers in the blood can indicate the seriousness of head trauma

Biomarkers in the blood can indicate the seriousness of head trauma

People with highest levels of antioxidants less likely to develop dementia, finds study

People with highest levels of antioxidants less likely to develop dementia, finds study

Study examines whether having MS plays a role in regular cancer screenings and diagnosis

Study examines whether having MS plays a role in regular cancer screenings and diagnosis

Prevalence of multiple sclerosis in Black and white people is similarly high, study says

Prevalence of multiple sclerosis in Black and white people is similarly high, study says

People who accumulate cardiovascular risk factors quickly have higher risk of developing dementia

People who accumulate cardiovascular risk factors quickly have higher risk of developing dementia

Exercise maintains insulin and body mass index levels to help protect brain volume

Exercise maintains insulin and body mass index levels to help protect brain volume

Fighters who rapidly cut weight before bouts are more prone to concussions, finds study

Fighters who rapidly cut weight before bouts are more prone to concussions, finds study

People with some types of epilepsy may have a lower quality of life, study suggests

People with some types of epilepsy may have a lower quality of life, study suggests

$11M for North Carolina work-based rehab raises concerns

$11M for North Carolina work-based rehab raises concerns