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Just One Season of High School Football Is Enough to Cause Serious Brain Damage
Football results in more concussions than any other competitive sport; but a concussion diagnosis isn’t the sole measure of brain damage.
Researchers assessed the added benefit of fingolimod in comparison with the appropriate comparator therapy for the expansion of the therapeutic indication of fingolimod approved in May 2014.
As the population gets older more questions are being asked about what can be done to prevent dementia and whether there are certain activities which are better suited to achieve this goal if it is possible.
A trial of patients undergoing radiofrequency catheter ablation found that 90 days of postoperative antiarrhythmic drugs reduces the short-term — but not the long-term — rate of recurrent atrial fibrillation.
As more is learned about epilepsy and new treatment methods are introduced to the market there is reason to be optimistic for patients while doctors work to provide the best care possible on an individual basis.
Previous literature has shown a potential challenge for women with epilepsy becoming pregnant a recent study showed that may not be the case after all.
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) patients may undergo structural changes to their brains, including the areas that cause breathlessness, fear, and sensitivity to pain.
Anorexia nervosa, chronic fatigue syndrome, and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) might not be the typical threesome, but these three conditions do share a common origin.
A battery-operated Liftware utensil was developed in 2014 to help Parkinson’s disease patients manage their hand tremors and conquer daily activities.

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