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Clinical Summaries

Endocrine stress responses linked to risk of type 2 diabetes mellitus


  • Univadis Clinical Summaries
  • Aug 27, 2015
Patients with newly detected diabetes mellitus demonstrated high chronic endocrine stress responses vs patients with normal glucose tolerance

Active video game exercise training improves the clinical control of asthma in children


  • Univadis Clinical Summaries
  • Aug 26, 2015
Aerobic exercise delivered via active video games achieves more significant benefits in FeNO and maximum energy expenditure than treadmill exercise in children with asthma.

Alzheimer’s disease neurons respond to nerve growth factor gene therapy


  • Univadis Clinical Summaries
  • Aug 26, 2015
A gene therapy trial revealed that degenerating neurons in the brains of Alzheimer’s disease patients responded to nerve growth factor

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Telemedicine-delivered psychotherapy for depression equivalent to the same-room treatment

Telemedicine: A novel approach in psychotherapy for depression in older veterans


  • The Lancet Psychiatry
  • Aug 26, 2015
Telemedicine-delivered psychotherapy for depression equivalent to the same-room treatment

The dual-hormone artificial pancreas could possibly improve nocturnal glucose control

Controlling overnight glucose with dual-hormone, single-hormone, and conventional insulin pump interventions


  • The Lancet Diabetology
  • Aug 25, 2015
The dual-hormone artificial pancreas could possibly improve nocturnal glucose control

Parents should consider the risks and benefits when making decisions about childhood vaccination

Vaccine refusal in a predominantly vaccine-protected community is not recommended


  • The Lancet Infectious Disease
  • Aug 24, 2015
Parents should consider the risks and benefits when making decisions about childhood vaccination

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The JAMA Network

The ability to process complex thoughts, retain things we’ve learned, and learn things are all aspects of cognitive function. As we age, many of these skills decline. Some older adults have reported improvement in cognitive function when they exercise regularly. A new study compared moderate exercise with a health education program to see which one would better preserve cognitive function in older adults.

Does Exercise Improve Cognitive Function In Older Adults?


The ability to process complex thoughts, retain things we’ve learned, and learn things are all aspects of cognitive function. As we age, many of these skills decline. Some older adults have reported improvement in cognitive function when they exercise regularly. A new study compared moderate exercise with a health education program to see which one would better preserve cognitive function in older adults.

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Conference Reports

APA: finding could lead to new therapies to prevent seizures

Brains of people with epilepsy appear to react to music differently


  • RSi Communications
  • Aug 7, 2015
APA: finding could lead to new therapies to prevent seizures

APA: findings emphasize the importance of considering sex when evaluating cannabis’s potential analgesic efficacy

Cannabis increases pain threshold and tolerance in men but not women


  • RSi Communications
  • Aug 7, 2015
APA: findings emphasize the importance of considering sex when evaluating cannabis’s potential analgesic efficacy

APA: eight out of ten adults report sexting in previous year

Sexting common and good for your relationship, investigators find


  • RSi Communications
  • Aug 7, 2015
APA: eight out of ten adults report sexting in previous year

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