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1Soluble CD40 is a useful marker to predict future strokes in patients with minor stroke and transient ischemic attackStroke, July 01, 2015  Clinical Article
2Tai chi and the protection of cognitive abilityAmerican Journal of Preventive Medicine, July 01, 2015  Evidence Based Medicine  Review Article
3Stroke with atrial fibrillation or atrial flutter: A descriptive population-based study from the Brest stroke registryBMC Geriatrics, July 01, 2015  Full Text  Clinical Article
4A Clinical Study of Integrating Acupuncture and Western Medicine in Treating Patients with Parkinson's DiseaseThe American Journal of Chinese Medicine (AJCM), July 01, 2015  Clinical Article
5Health-related quality of life in long-term survivors of brain tumors in childhood and adolescence: a serial study spanning a decadeJournal of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology, July 01, 2015  Clinical Article
6Circulating biologic markers of endothelial dysfunction in cerebral small vessel disease: a reviewJournal of Cerebral Blood Flow & Metabolism, July 01, 2015  Review Article
7Current versus lifetime depression, APOE variation, and their interaction on cognitive performance in younger and older adultsPsychosomatic Medicine, July 01, 2015  Clinical Article
8Suboptimal treatment of diabetic peripheral neuropathic pain in the United StatesPain Medicine, July 01, 2015  Clinical Article
9Risk factors for delirium after spinal surgery: a meta-analysisWorld Neurosurgery, July 01, 2015  Evidence Based Medicine
10Clinical effect of white matter network disruption related to amyloid and small vessel diseaseNeurology®, July 01, 2015  Clinical Article

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We have Ranked, Sorted and Summarized the Latest Clinical Articles.

1Paraplegic patients stand tall in motorized exoskeleton testUW Medicine, July 01, 2015
2Brain and spine surgery no more risky when physicians-in-training participate, study findsJohns Hopkins Medicine, July 01, 2015
3PTSD, traumatic experiences may raise heart attack, stroke risk in womenAmerican Heart Association News, July 01, 2015
4Clot-removal devices now recommended for some stroke patientsAmerican Heart Association News, July 01, 2015
5New animal research reveals fundamental sex differences in how pain is processedMcGill University News, July 01, 2015
6Why does the teen brain value reward over risk?University of Pittsburgh News, July 01, 2015
7GP receptionists 'need more training to recognise stroke symptoms'University of Oxford News, July 01, 2015
8Multi-million-dollar deal brings UQ pain drug closer to realityThe University of Queensland News, July 01, 2015
9Newyork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center is first in New York to offer new alternative treatment for sleep apneaWeill Cornell Medical College News, July 01, 2015
10Genes responsible for increased activity during the summerUniversity of Leicester News, July 01, 2015

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Moderate exercise has a positive effect on DPN

As reported in Diabetes and Its Complications, moderate exercise (40%-60% heart rate reserve) for 8 weeks resulted in significant improvement in nerve conduction velocity (peroneal and sural nerves) in patients with T2DM and clinical neuropathy (n=87) as compared with standard care.

L-carnitine levels have clinical significance in non-APOE4 carriers with mild AD

As reported in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, the CSF L-carnitine levels are decreased in patients with early Alzheimer’s disease (AD) who are non-APOE4 carriers. Further, the L-carnitine levels are correlated with Aβ42 and the MMSE score. It is suggested that L-carnitine supplementation may be beneficial in non-APOE4 carriers with mild AD.

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