Sleep Deprivation Among Frontline Health Care Workers During COVID-19 Turns Critical
The pandemic's impact stretches across all aspects of life, and has particularly concerning effects on the sleep of those working on the frontlines providing care of patients.
The Technology Behind Optimizing Parkinson Disease Management
Advances in wearables and virtual reality present an opportunity to maximize rehabilitative efforts and improve outcomes.
Improving Stroke Systems of Care for Better Outcomes
The “time is brain” mantra continues to drive innovation in a specialty that will not settle for mediocrity.
The Great Debate: Can Older Patients With MS Discontinue Therapy?
As the treatment of multiple sclerosis continues to evolve and improve, the proposition of lifetime therapy has come under scrutiny.
Improving Migraine Treatment Adherence: Can Anti-CGRPs Turn the Tide?
Two new classes of medications have quickly expanded the pool of available treatment options for patients with migraine, who now have more power than ever to choose the treatment that fits them best.
Judgment Call: Exploring Treatment Tactics in Clinically Isolated Syndrome
More aggressive strategies in the treatment of multiple sclerosis have created an opportunity for physicians to refine the way they address a first demyelinating event, and perhaps change the course of disease.
New Approaches to MS: Highlights from ECTRIMS
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