Stroke patients with arm paresis can achieve lasting functional improvement many months after their stroke when they go through an intensive rehabilitation program, a UK study suggests.
Intensive blood pressure reduction in patients with acute ischaemic stroke treated with intravenous thrombolysis reduces intracranial bleeding, but does not improve functional outcomes,
Sponsored This content is independently produced by Australian Doctor Group with a grant from Amgen. People with familial hypercholesterolaemia (FH) suffer coronary heart disease 10–40 years ahead…
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Early gut infection with enterovirus may be a trigger for coeliac disease in susceptible children, research suggests.
People with epilepsy have a 10% per annum chance of sustaining an injury while having a seizure, an Australian study shows.
Poor rates of referral to cardiac rehabilitation are among the barriers to improving secondary prevention of cardiovascular disease, a report says.
Multiple sclerosis (MS) patients who receive high-efficacy therapy early fare better long-term than those on an escalation-based approach to treatment, according to new research.
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