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Interventions to Enhance Adherence to MS Therapies

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a challenging disease characterized by often debilitating symptoms, including pain, fatigue, cognitive impairment, sensorimotor deficits, bowel, and bladder problems, and mental health issues.
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Diabetes and Cancer: Connections and Clinical Tips

There is a well-established association between diabetes and cancer. They coexist in the same patient more frequently than would be expected by chance, even adjusting for age and other factors.
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Ask the Expert: A Woman Allergic to Her Husband?

Seminal plasma hypersensitivity can be defined as a variety of systemic and/or localized clinical symptoms after exposure to specific protein compounds in seminal fluid. So how is it treated? And does it affect fertility?
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Best Ways to Keep Your Medical Group Humming

Physicians graduate from medical school armed with clinical knowledge, but usually are not educated in non-clinical aspects of practicing medicine.
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Connecting Diabetes to LUTS in Men

A strong association exists between type 2 diabetes and LUTS. But what are the practical implications for screening and treatment of these conditions? MPR investigates.
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Why Does Most Erectile Dysfunction Go Untreated?

Erectile dysfunction affects 18 million men in the U.S., yet most patients receive little or no treatment. Why does only one-quarter of men with ED seek out treatment? Author of a recent ED study discussed his findings.
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A Novel Approach to Assessing Violence Risk in Schizophrenia

Violence in schizophrenia has garnered much recent attention in the wake of the July 2012 Aurora, Colo., shooting, when a gunman allegedly diagnosed with schizophrenia opened fire in a movie theater. But despite highly publicized cases of this nature, the percentage of individuals with schizophrenia who are violent is actually rather low, with estimates ranging from 8-19%. Learn more about the associations between violence in schizophrenia and other disorders and find out how you can make a better diagnosis.