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Children With Autism More Often Have Sleep Problems

Children With Autism More Often Have Sleep Problems

More children with autism spectrum disorder have sleep problems compared with peers.

Increased Screen Time May Negatively Affect Child Development

Children's ability to develop may be hindered by excessive screen time.

Headache Frequency, Medication Overuse, and Depression Linked to Migraine

Researchers found that medication overuse is linked to migraines.

Opinion

Symptom Management for Restless Leg Syndrome

Restless leg syndrome is one of the most difficult sleep disorders to manage.

REM Sleep Behavior Disorder: A Clinical Challenge

REM sleep behavior disorder is commonly seen in older men, and symptoms include violent muscle movements or fighting during the night.

Assessing the Risks of Using Alcohol as a Sleep Aid

Discussing alcohol use with patients is important as alcohol consumption before bedtime is shown to negatively affect patient sleeping patterns.

Clinical Feature

Assessment of Dual Antiplatelet Therapy After Stroke, TIA

Assessment of Dual Antiplatelet Therapy After Stroke, TIA

Questions about the generalizability of previous data on dual antiplatelet therapy after minor ischemic stroke or high-risk transient ischemic attack lead investigators of the POINT trial to conduct a similar study in an international population.

Approved in Migraine, CGRP Antagonists Also Promising in Cluster Headache

Approved in Migraine, CGRP Antagonists Also Promising in Cluster Headache

Cluster headache and migraine are distinct primary headache disorders that are associated with substantial pain and disability.

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Image of the Week: Seizures and Spontaneous Laughter in a Child

Image of the Week: Seizures and Spontaneous Laughter in a Child

A 4-year-old female patient is referred to a pediatric neurologist for evaluation of tonic-clonic seizures, as well as sudden bursts ...

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