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When should dementia patients stop driving? A new guidance for clinicians

When should dementia patients stop driving? A new guidance for clinicians

RKI publishes new data on disease prevention and utilization of medical services

RKI publishes new data on disease prevention and utilization of medical services

Rural children with mild head injuries pay more for medical care and get less of it

Rural children with mild head injuries pay more for medical care and get less of it

Will Maine voters decide to make aging in place affordable?

Will Maine voters decide to make aging in place affordable?

Mechanically ventilated patients treated with vasopressor may develop ICU-related weakness

Mechanically ventilated patients treated with vasopressor may develop ICU-related weakness

Sexuality essentially silenced following stroke

Sexuality essentially silenced following stroke

Father’s and son’s injuries lead to the mother of all therapy bills

Father’s and son’s injuries lead to the mother of all therapy bills

Fearing deportation, immigrant parents are opting out of health benefits for kids

Fearing deportation, immigrant parents are opting out of health benefits for kids

Study underscores need for resistance training in older women to fight effects of aging

Study underscores need for resistance training in older women to fight effects of aging

Scrutinizing Medicare coverage for physical, occupational and speech therapy

Scrutinizing Medicare coverage for physical, occupational and speech therapy

Researchers measure whether transcranial direct current stimulation generates EFs in deep brain areas

Researchers measure whether transcranial direct current stimulation generates EFs in deep brain areas

Lifting therapy caps proves a load off Medicare patients’ shoulders

Lifting therapy caps proves a load off Medicare patients’ shoulders

How Medicaid became a go-to funder for schools

How Medicaid became a go-to funder for schools

USC-led researchers release dataset of brain scans from stroke patients

USC-led researchers release dataset of brain scans from stroke patients

Changing the way we look at dementia

Changing the way we look at dementia

Bipartisan Senate budget deal boosts health programs

Bipartisan Senate budget deal boosts health programs

Stalled health programs await a green light on the hill

Stalled health programs await a green light on the hill

Disabled children in West Africa face greater risk of violence, study finds

Disabled children in West Africa face greater risk of violence, study finds

Study shows value of occupational therapy in the lives of young adults with diabetes

Study shows value of occupational therapy in the lives of young adults with diabetes

Kessler Foundation wins $735,000 grant for training rehabilitation researchers

Kessler Foundation wins $735,000 grant for training rehabilitation researchers