New Type of Chronic Daily Headache in Older Women?
This case series appears to identify a new subtype of chronic daily headache in overweight/obese women in their fifties and sixties.
Migraine: Putting TIA and Acute Ischemic Stroke in Perspective
Researchers sought to find whether the risk of later cerebrovascular events was associated with a hospital admission for migraine.
Mini Quiz: Antileptic Drugs in Children
Are AEDs safe for children? Take the quiz and learn more.
Early Antiretroviral Therapy Initiation Does Not Lead to HIV Functional Cure
Starting antiretroviral therapy during the earliest phase of HIV infection may not be enough to prevent formation of viral reservoirs and enable cure or long-term ART-free HIV remission.
Medical News Quiz: Opioids, Concussion, Drug Safety, Digital Health
Clinicians should use caution when prescribing this medication in patients with heart disease because of risk of severe adverse effects and even death. Test your skills in this FDA quiz.
Ethnic Differences in Ischemic Stroke Risk
In ischemic stroke subtypes in young-onset stroke, researchers identify a modifiable risk factor in a high-risk group.
Are Epilepsy and Type 1 Diabetes Linked?
Recent findings could explain underlying pathophysiology of these disorders and have therapeutic implications.
Stroke Risk with Long Work Hours
We know working long hours is bad for our health, but which risk is greater, coronary heart disease or stroke?
Improving Quality of Life in Epilepsy
A group of doctors looked at the effect of incorporating quality of life management with traditional medical therapy for epilepsy treatment.
Migraine Surgery: A Solution for a Common Problem?
When medications no longer offer relief to your patients with migraines, surgical treatment may be the answer.
Second Generation Anti-epileptic Drugs, Active Management Improve Some Outcomes in Epilepsy
Researchers question the belief that first generation anti-epileptic drugs are as effective as second generation drugs.
New Research Points to Earlier Recognition of AD
Research into AD pathogenesis and identification of early biomarkers could contribute to the development of new treatments. We present several recent findings.
Sleep Disorders and Epilepsy
While the underlying mechanisms remain to be resolved, studies suggest that, once patients with epilepsy develop obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), treating OSA can result in improved seizure control.
Diet and Nutrition Steer MS Disease Course
Is fatigue with MS related to diet? Is alcohol intake tied to lower MS disability and severity? Researchers at AAN 2015 reported on how patients are affected by what they eat and drink.
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