Current Research from Top Journals

E-cigarettes More Effective For Smoking Cessation Than Nicotine Replacement Therapy

January 25, 2019 E-cigarettes have become quickly popular and some are trying it as a tool to help them quit smoking. A trial published in The New England Journal of Medicine, found that they may be more helpful than other quitting tools but there is a catch....

Music Therapy Linked to Improvements in Adults with Dementia

December 28, 2018 A combination of treatments may be helpful in decreasing stress, anxiety, and depression of dementia. A review published in the Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews found that music therapy may be helpful.

Younger Children in Kindergarten More Likely to Be Diagnosed with ADHD

November 31, 2018 ADHD diagnosis is made in part but observation of how a child acts in school environment with other children. A study published in The New England Journal of Medicine found that a child's age in kindergarten may play a role in the chance of ADHD diagnosis.