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An association between concussion during adolescence and long-term, elevated risk for multiple sclerosis grew stronger with new evidence ..read more
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With or without heart failure, add-on treatment with the potassium sequestrant 'enabled' more intensive use of the aldosterone blocker ..read more
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While a rare, often perplexing disease, chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy is a treatable condition. Medscape Neurology ..read more
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In a large Chinese population study, the treatment of hypertension was linked to a slower progression of cognitive decline. Medscape ..read more
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Both specialists and general practitioners caring for people with severe MS and their families should discuss palliative care options in ..read more
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A new AAN guideline calling for annual cognitive testing in all adults age 65 or older runs contrary to a recommendation by the USPSTF that ..read more
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Aerobic exercise slows hippocampal atrophy and improves memory in some older patients at high risk for Alzheimer disease, but stretching ..read more
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Results of a large population-based cohort study support regulatory agency warnings about the risk for donepezil-induced rhabdomyolysis, a ..read more
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Women with multiple sclerosis who continued to receive the drug during pregnancy had a much lower risk of relapses, according to a new ..read more
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In the 1980s, cancer drugs accounted for the smallest share of US approvals among the four major therapeutic classes. In the last decade, ..read more

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