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Normal Cognitive Scores May Not Reveal HIV-Associated Brain Impairment
The human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) attacks the immune system and has the power to cause additional conditions – including neurocognitive disorders.
Empathy can be an effective tool for reducing pain, according to results from a placebo analgesia study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science.
The connection between low back pain and depression has remained tenuous at best, but a new analysis has tied the two together.
Neuropathic pain may be reduced when patients take antidepressants that alter a brain pathway, according to a recent study.
I'm always fascinated by the Medscape physician reports every year and seeing how unhappy physicians are. How burnt out they are. How dissatisfied with their careers they are.
Researchers appear to have identified a specific molecule that controls morphine receptor signaling in a small group of brain cells. The particular regulator of G protein signaling protein is called RGS7 and has been identified as a novel regulator of the μ-opioid receptor, which morphine acts upon to mediate its euphoric and analgesic effects.
Study results indicate that adding aripiprazole to the treatment of adults aged 60 and older who do not achieve remission from depression with a first-line antidepressant appears to effectively achieve and sustain remission.

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