For people who spend their days taking care of loved ones suffering from traumatic brain injuries or other health issues, it can be easy to lose themselves in the situation and not take care of their own needs.
When veterans come home after experiencing traumatic brain injuries, it can be difficult for them to adjust to their lives. It can also present a variety of challenges for their loved ones who take on the task of helping them in their daily lives.
“We found that the risk of ischemic stroke...the most common stroke subtype, is increased in overweight and obese women,” study author Gillian Reeves, explained. “By contrast, the risk of hemorrhagic stroke...is decreased in overweight and obese women.
Panelists Jonathan Grand; Peter L. Salgo, MD; Joshua D. Lee, MD, PhD; Jac A. Charlier, MPA; and Phillip Barbour discuss what providers in the community can do to have success with substance abuse programs, especially outside of the criminal justice system.
Panelists Peter L. Salgo, MD; Jonathan Grand; Joshua D. Lee, MD, PhD; Phillip Barbour; and Jac A. Charlier, MPA describe funding for drug treatments and the role community physicians play in the expansion of treatment for drug abuse.
Panelists Peter L. Salgo, MD; Phillip Barbour; Jac A. Charlier, MPA; Joshua D. Lee, MD, PhD; and Jonathan Grand outline some of the benefits and successes of the medication-assisted drug treatment programs, and how it can have more national impact.
For individuals battling migraines, a morning cup of coffee or extra glass of wine can act as devastating headache triggers. Rather than excess caffeine, the true migraine trigger culprits are nitrites and monosodium glutamate (MSG).