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Arthritis Tied to Heart Disease

Osteoarthritis has been linked to an increased risk for cardiovascular disease, and a new study suggests that a large part of... Read more »

Can Fixing Sleep Apnea Affect Depression?

Depression and anxiety, both as symptoms and as formal disorders, are elevated in patients with chronic medical disorders, including obstructive sleep... Read more »

Whole Body Vibration Shakes Reduces Diabetes Inflammation

In the face of diabetes, in which glucose and levels of destructive inflammation soar, whole body vibration appears to improve how... Read more »

Estrogen Patches and Schizophrenia

Adjunctive estrogen patches significantly improve positive and negative symptoms of schizophrenia in premenopausal women, new research suggests. The study, a randomized... Read more »

New Drug: Midazolam Nasal Spray (Nayzilam)

The FDA has approved midazolam nasal spray (Nayzilam,  for the acute treatment of intermittent, stereotypic episodes of frequent seizure activity (seizure... Read more »

Dental Students Will Soon Be Trained To Care For Those With Special Needs

Dental school students will soon be required to learn how to care for patients with disabilities under new guidelines from an... Read more »

App Offers Retinopathy Screening For Patients With Diabetes

One of the biggest problems for patients with diabetes are microvascular (i.e., neuropathy, retinopathy, neuropathy) and macrovascular events (e.g., cardiovascular events).... Read more »

Pain Management: A Review of Tramadol and Associated Seizure

Tramadol was approved in 1995 by the FDA. Indicated to treat pain, it was classified as a “nonscheduled opioid” until 2014,... Read more »

First Responders Turn To Weighted Blankets For Those With Special Needs

With claims that they help with sleep, anxiety and stress, the popularity of weighted blankets increased markedly in 2018. Now, local... Read more »

Why Women’s Risk of Alzheimer’s Differs From Men

Two-thirds of U.S. Alzheimer’s cases are women, and it’s not just because they live longer. New research offers some biological clues... Read more »