Dr Jennifer Martin Talks About the Effectiveness of Cognitive Behavioral Treatment for Insomnia
In this video, Jennifer Martin, PhD, Assistant Professor, UCLA, David School of Medicine, discusses how the effectiveness of cognitive behavioral treatment for insomnia among patients with dementia compare with current pharmacologic strategies.
This video was taken on June 3, 2013, at the Sleep 2013 Meeting in Baltimore, MD.
A study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine, the result of a collaboration between CVS Caremark and scientists at the Brigham and Women's Hospital and the Harvard Medical School, compared patient adherence to brand name versus generic statins.
Deaths from overdoses of prescription painkillers are not rising as quickly, but the reasons for that trend are unclear and could be linked to the legalization of marijuana, according to reports released today.
The National Bone Health Alliance working group expanded criteria for the clinical diagnosis of osteoporosis to include T-score < 2.5 at the spine or hip; low-trauma hip fracture; low-trauma vertebral, proximal humerus, pelvis or some distal forearm fractures in the setting of osteopenia; or FRAX score in a patient with osteopenia meeting or exceeding the National Osteoporosis Foundation Guidelines.