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Headache Disorders Associated With Risk of All-Cause Dementia – AJMC.com Managed Markets Network

An analysis of 6 studies found an increased risk of all-cause dementia among patients with any headache. However, no association was found between headache and Alzheimer disease. Dementia is the most common neurological disease in the elderly, and in addition to trying to develop a drug treatment that can significantly delay the progression of disease,… Read More »

Treatment of Panic Disorder with Antidepressants Associated with Better Outcomes

While we have focused a great deal on the emergence of mood disorders during pregnancy and the postpartum period, there is a growing body of literature that indicates that anxiety symptoms are prevalent during this period of time and may also affect pregnancy outcomes.  Although many women with panic disorder attempt to discontinue their medications… Read More »

Nuts: Associated With Weight Loss

Eating one ounce serving of any type of nuts or peanuts, in place of foods generally considered low in nutritional value, is associated with a lower risk of long-term weight gain and obesity. According to a food-frequency questionnaire submitted to participants every four years in three different established study groups of 25,394 men in the… Read More »