From the Editor's Desk

From the Editor's desk
Red Beard searches for better ways of preventing illness and treating patients; he is armed only with case studies and personal experience as the scientific method, with no functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) or other imaging or sampling …
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Grisamore: The legacy of Tedi, the first pink poodle
Tedi also became the first “therapy” dog allowed to visit the Children's Hospital. He went to … “He was depressed for weeks after that because he knew he was pink, and he thought he should be getting up every morning and going somewhere,” Delise said.
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AAN endorses cannabis for MS
Magnetic therapy is probably effective for fatigue, but probably ineffective for depression (Level B). Among common supplements, clinicians can counsel patients that fish oil is probably ineffective for relapses, disability, fatigue, magnetic resonance …
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Connecting the dots: Water diffusion MRI reveals plasticity networks in remote
Compared with non-repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation, rTMS produces longer-lasting effects that persist past after the stimulation has stopped, and has been used as a treatment modality in stroke, Parkinson's disease, depression, and other …
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