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First-of-its-Kind Case May Change How We View HIV-Related Dementia
It was back in April that researchers from Georgetown University reported the first case of Alzheimer’s disease in a person living with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). Now the case report will be presented at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference (AAIC) 2016 in Toronto, Canada on July 27.
Dimethylfumarate, a multiple sclerosis drug metabolite, could be a safe and effective therapy for Parkinson’s disease and slow its onset.
New analysis of data from the Framingham Heart Study found a significant association between atrial fibrillation (AF) and reduced volume in the brain’s frontal lobe.
Following a diet that mirrors the habits of fasting can reduce the symptoms of multiple sclerosis.
Multiple sclerosis symptoms such as fatigue, depression, and paresthesia can be alleviated using yoga and aquatic exercises.
Researchers have found a treasure trove of information posted by people on Facebook, Twitter and other online forums. Is it ethical, legal, or scientifically valid to create research studies using such postings?
More evidence is emerging that suggests that Alzheimer’s disease begins early in life.
The multiple sclerosis immunosuppressant drug mitoxantrone might be linked to an increased risk for breast and colorectal cancer.
The education of primary care providers and patients at the starting point of opioid therapy, as well as of surgeons and other prescribers, is crucial to curbing the current global opioid abuse epidemic.

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