Combining dabigatran with lovastatin or simvastatin appears to be associated with an increased risk of major bleeding in older adults compared with other commonly prescribed statins, suggests a recent study.
The use of a 2.8 million probe-chromosomal (2.8 MM probe-CMA) microarray genetic test increases the diagnostic and treatment quality in simulated paediatric cases of developmental disorders, autism spectrum disorders or intellectual disabilities, a new study reports.
Academic difficulty due to visual problems has been reported in children who had concussions, noted a new US study.
There is a high demand for provision of mental health care services in areas afflicted by humanitarian emergencies, according to a new study conducted by Dr. Ana Cecilia Andrade de Moraes Weintraub, et al.
In patients receiving palliative care, treatment with oral risperidone or haloperidol does not appear to reduce symptoms of delirium associated with distress, according to a study.
Baseline tumour size and infratentorial localization by MRI predict prognosis and relapse patterns in primary CNS lymphoma (PCNSL), study shows.
Radiotherapy with temozolomide regimen fails to improve overall survival (OS) in anaplastic astrocytoma (AA), a phase III study shows.
Capsaicin 8% patch shows potential as a long-term treatment option for non-diabetic patients with peripheral neuropathic pain, with a new study reporting that repeat treatment over 52 weeks is well tolerated, producing sustained reductions in average pain intensity with variable sensory function alteration and minimal chance of complete sensory loss.
Alzheimer's disease (AD) can be differentiated from probable dementia with Lewy bodies (DLB) by medial temporal lobe AV-1451 uptake, results of a study show.
While high levels of physical activity may have small cognitive benefits in the elderly, there is a shortage of evidence regarding its efficacy in preventing dementia and cognitive decline, as well as how much physical activity is actually needed to produce beneficial effects, a new systematic review reports.