High-resistant starch, low-protein flour improves blood glucose and lipid levels among people with early type 2 diabetic neuropathy, as well as improves their ability to prevent antioxidative stress, reports a recent study.
Regardless of injury level, functional status between months 6 and 12 following a traumatic spinal cord injury (TSCI) may be deemed clinically similar, according to the results of a prospective cohort study.
Use of intravenous brivaracetam in the treatment of status epilepticus appears to be effective, even in patients already receiving levetiracetam, with response rate being higher when administered early and at higher doses, a study has found.
Adults with vs without cerebral palsy (CP) are at increased risk of mental health disorders, some of which may be more evident in individuals with comorbid neurodevelopmental disorders, suggests a recent study.
A smartphone application based on progressive muscle relaxation (PMR), the RELAXaHEAD, is feasible for use in the management of migraine, helping reduce the number of headache days in a dose-response manner while having high acceptability, according to data from a pilot study.
Associate Professor Reshma A Merchant, Head & Senior Consultant of the Division of Geriatric Medicine at the National University Hospital, Singapore, speaks with Audrey Abella to discuss the challenges associated with dementia, its impact on the ageing population, and how this condition can be best managed in primary care.