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Human response to window views and indoor plants in the workplace.
The purpose of this paper was to report the effects of window views and indoor plants on human psychophysiological response in workplace environments. The effects of window views and indoor plants
Comorbidities of Migraine
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The comorbid illnesses in patients with migraine include stroke, sub-clinical vascular brain lesions, coronary heart disease, hypertension, patent foramen ovale, psychiatric diseases, restless legs syndrome, epilepsy and asthma, and the connections between these illnesses and migraine are illustrated.
Morning headache in habitual snorers: Frequency, characteristics, predictors and impacts
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Not only OSAS, but migraine, insomnia and psychological distress were also important predictors for morning headache, even in snoring patients, and morning headache was common in habitual snorers.
Association between restless legs syndrome and migraine
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In migraine patients, comorbidity with RLS was associated with higher frequencies of photophobia, phonophobia, exacerbation due to physical activities, vertigo, dizziness, tinnitus and neck pain, and higher mean scores of MIDAS and HADS, and a poorer sleep quality.
Susceptible genes of restless legs syndrome in migraine
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MEIS1 variants were associated with an increased risk of RLS in migraine patients, suggesting that an imbalance in iron homeostasis and the dopaminergic system may represent a link between RLS incidence and migraines.
Medication Overuse and Medication Overuse Headache: Risk Factors, Comorbidities, Associated Burdens and Nonpharmacologic and Pharmacologic Treatment Approaches
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Well-designed studies for specific treatment strategies with enough statistical power are warranted to make more relevant, better clinical decisions about medication overuse headache.
Onset Headache Predicts Good Outcome in Patients With First-Ever Ischemic Stroke
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It is demonstrated that onset headache was associated with modest but significantly better outcomes after ischemic stroke, and a trend for better functional outcome in 3- and 6-month follow-ups.
Low cholesterol level associated with severity and outcome of spontaneous intracerebral hemorrhage: Results from Taiwan Stroke Registry
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A total cholesterol level lower than 160 mg/dL was common in patients with acute ICH and was associated with greater neurological severity on presentation and poor 3-month outcomes, especially with lower BMI.
Depression in Taiwanese patients with Alzheimer's disease determined by the National Institutes of Mental Health Provisional Criteria
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The findings suggest that comorbid depression is high in Taiwanese patients with AD and it is clinically important to note the high frequency of most behavioral and psychological symptoms among depressed AD patients.
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