The Dementia Strikes Children Too campaign aims to raise awareness of childhood dementia, drive for better clinical education of this group of diseases, and put in place the systems and tools for earlier diagnosis.
A new study has shown that among couples being treated for infertility, male depression was associated with lower pregnancy rates.
Results of a trial published in The BMJ this week indicate that exercise does not delay the progression of cognitive impairment in older people with dementia.
Juice fasting involves following a diet that is mostly made up of fruit and vegetable puree. It can be both beneficial and harmful depending on how long it is undertaken for.
Research has shown that many women who experience changes following menopause do so in silence. Dr. Karram wants to change that, by encouraging women to have open and honest conversations with their clinician.
Separation anxiety disorder is a condition in which there is extreme discomfort and fear while one is temporarily separated from the people or things they are closely attached to.
Study: Many gay and bisexual teenage boys use adult hookup apps to connect with friends, partners
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Safety program successfully reduces SSIs in patients undergoing colorectal operations
Clinical study supports usual medical care plus chiropractic care for low back pain
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Cognitive training intervention reduces gait freezing in Parkinson's patients, study shows
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Dr Jonathan Wingfield
Prof. Jonathan Wingfield, AstraZeneca, describes the collaboration with Labcyte and Waters to develop a high throughput mass spectrometry platform.
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Dr. Mickey Karram
Many post-menopausal women shy away from discussing their sexual health with their physician, often because they believe it is a natural part of life and they should suffer. Dr. Mickey Karram wants to change that, by encouraging women to talk to their physician about the treatments available to them.
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