A recent study utilized search queries to determine the relationship of drug interactions between paroxetine and pravastatin. This type of inquiry could be expanded with current FDA monitoring of drug interactions and adverse effects.
A graduate student from the University of Arizona, Janelle Wohltmann, is studying whether Facebook use can improve older adult cognitive performance and make them feel more socially connected. Her preliminary findings show that after using Facebook, older adults performed about 25 percent better on tasks designed to measure their ability to continuously monitor and to quickly add or delete the contents of their working memory, also known as “updating”.
The Evidence Based Treatment of Behavioral Symptoms of Dementia app provides medical care providers a useful resource that can be used as a guide while taking care of patients with the behavioral symptoms of dementia.
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