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Ibuprofen Study Provides Insight into How the Brain Responds to Pain
A recent study looked into the neural functions affected by ibuprofen and found some connections that may soon lead to a much greater understanding of the greatest pain mitigator of them all: the brain.
Discontinuation of multiple sclerosis medication saw nearly 2 in 5 patients experience some form of increased disease activity, according to research from NYU Langone Medical Center.
Weighing the pros and cons of prescription opioid use for chronic pain is an ongoing battle, and new research may have just added to the list of disadvantages.
There is considerable regional variation in thrombolysis treatment for ischemic stroke, according to a study published online June 2 in Stroke.

The last thing you want to think about during precious downtime this summer is your practice, but taking time to learn more about the business side may be more interesting than you think. Maybe by picking up one of these books on the beach, your practice’s business will also pick up.
US internal medicine (IM) residents report varying knowledge and practice of high-value care (HVC), according to research published online June 16 in Academic Medicine.

Art and science are increasingly seen as complementary, rather than opposites. Walter Neives, MD, a neurologist and avid photographer, is a case in point.

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