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In Alzheimer’s patients, agitation is one of the most common reasons that people are moved out of their homes or prescribed antipsychotics but a new study in JAMA has discovered a potential treatment for agitation symptoms. Researches gave 94 Alzheimer’s patients with agitation 30 mg of...
Texting while walking may seem harmless but a new study published in PLoS One has found that texting or using the phone while walking may have effects on gait and posture, The New York Times’ Well blog reports. The study asked 26 individuals to either walk without a phone, walk while reading a...
An interactive medical case in The New England Journal of Medicine presents a 40-year-old woman from Vietnam with chronic hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection “reporting pain, weakness, fatigue, and poor oral intake. During the 3 months before presentation, there was a gradual onset of bilateral flank...