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Inflammation may cause motor slowing in patients with schizophrenia

Inflammation may cause motor slowing in patients with schizophrenia


Walking program improves diabetes control


Perceived discrimination linked to worse arthritis outcomes


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Media Reports

Traumatic brain injury, PTSD boost heart attack risk in veterans (U.S. News & Report) (11/12/2020)

Traumatic brain injury, PTSD boost heart attack risk in veterans The risk of heart attack is significantly higher in people with PTSD or traumatic brain injury, a new study of U.S. veterans shows.



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