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June 18, 2022

Doing This at Night May Help You Ward Off Dementia, Study Says

Though there is no cure for dementia, experts say that those with mild cognitive impairment who also suffer from sleep apnea may be able to slow the progression of dementia with the help of CPAP machines. Dr. Galit Dunietz shares study findings regarding the use of CPAP machines.

June 13, 2022

What Can Patients Teach Clinicians About Diagnosis Journey and Treatment Plans?

While all medical students receive training on patient interactions or “bedside manner,” the busy demands of residency often shift priorities firmly onto diagnostics, sometimes at the expense of empathetic connections to the patient’s point of view. Including patient stories in clinical education and knowledge resources can help reinforce those

June 10, 2022

Transgender College Students Report Higher Rates of Sleep, Mental Health Concerns

Transgender individuals are more likely to experience discrimination, isolation, and lack of social support. This, along with negative psychosocial challenges, such as being denied access to gender-neutral restrooms, combined with being a college student, and you have what associate professor of neurology,

April 22, 2022

Study Provides New Information on MS Pain that May Improve its Treatment

Nerve pain alone was the least common pain experience, according to a survey of 842 people with MS with chronic pain. Specific types of pain are treated differently. So, it is crucial to understand the origin of pain in a person with MS to optimize strategies that bring relief.

April 22, 2022

In MS, Can Better Sleep Improve Cognition?

People with multiple sclerosis often have trouble with memory, attention and mental processing. New research shows some of these issues could stem from sleep disorders.