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Advances in treatment of epilepsy offer new options

Approximately 2.3 million adults and nearly 500,000 children in the U.S. currently live with some form of epilepsy, and the annual costs are estimated to be $15.5 billion in direct medical expenses and lost or reduced earnings and productivity. The majority of these...

source: By Rosemary Sparacio
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The 12-hour shift has become the standard in most hospitals and while nurses value the flexibility this scheduling offers, new data has revealed that longer work hours are damaging to both patients and healthcare workers. "Many hospitals have adopted 12-hour shifts as the...

source: Healthcare Traveler

The size of the registered nurse (RN) workforce has surpassed forecasts from a decade ago, growing to 2.7 million in 2012 instead of peaking at 2.2 million as predicted. One less-noticed factor in this “nursing boom” is the decision by a growing number of RNs...

source: Health Affairs Blog

Unlocking the secrets to better treating the pernicious disorders of obesity and dementia reside in the brain, according to a paper from American University's Center for Behavioral Neuroscience. In the paper, researchers make the case for treating obesity with therapies...

source: Medical Xpress

A type of immune cell widely believed to exacerbate chronic adult brain diseases, such as Alzheimer's disease and multiple sclerosis, can actually protect the brain from traumatic brain injury and may slow the progression...

source: The Medical News

While a cure is still far away, two new techniques may at least be able to forewarn us of dementia, and allow us to plan treatment for ourselves or loved ones before any outward symptoms are apparent.

source: The Guardian

Scientists have linked a new protein to Alzheimer's disease, different from the amyloid and tau that make up the sticky brain plaques and tangles long known to be its hallmarks. The discovery could give a new target for developing drugs and other treatments for Alzheimer's,...

source: The Baxter Bulletin


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