Most Recent Articles by Shannon Aymes
People who live at high altitudes may experience increase migraine prevalence, duration, and severity of migraine.
Long-term treatment with opioids is associated with more adverse outcomes in patients with polyneuropathy, including depression, overdose, and opioid dependence.
Mindfulness meditation is associated with improvements in quality-of-life measures, depression, and anxiety over time compared with usual care in patients with ALS.
A significant decrease in migraine frequency was observed; however, it is not clear how large a role placebo effect plays in treatment response.
Abstaining from caffeine was associated with excellent acute treatment efficacy.
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- The Challenge of Compassion in Modern Healthcare Settings
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