Doctors Should Continue Assessing Patients for Tardive Dyskinesia During Pandemic
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Doctors Should Continue Assessing Patients for Tardive Dyskinesia During Pandemic

  Because of COVID-19, many meetings and events have been moved online - but that does not mean the learning has stopped. During the virtual Psych Congress Elevate conference, which…

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Phase 2 Trial Announced for Potential COVID-19 Treatment TXA127
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Phase 2 Trial Announced for Potential COVID-19 Treatment TXA127

  As COVID-19 continues to spread, the rush for a treatment or cure continues. Today, on August 4, there are 18.2 million diagnosed cases worldwide, with an associated 692,000 deaths.…

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Moebius Syndrome Patient Explains How to Emote While Wearing a Mask
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Moebius Syndrome Patient Explains How to Emote While Wearing a Mask

Moebius Syndrome Moebius syndrome is a rare condition that causes an inability to move the eyes laterally and facial paralysis. A similar type of paralysis can also occur as a…

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Looking to the Future: Post COVID-19 Looks for Inclusion Versus Exclusion
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Looking to the Future: Post COVID-19 Looks for Inclusion Versus Exclusion

By Lauren Thayer from In The Cloud Copy COVID-19 has brought life to a screeching halt for everyone across the world.  Schools cancelled, work transitioned to remote, all activities cancelled,…

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Mike’s Story: Overcoming COVID-19 and Guillain-Barré Syndrome
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Mike’s Story: Overcoming COVID-19 and Guillain-Barré Syndrome

  When it comes to COVID-19, many people believe, "Well, it can't happen to me!" But with 16.8 million diagnosed cases worldwide, and nearly 4.5 million of those in the…

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Hey, Wait a Minute…The Lockdown Easing is Worrying the Disabled Community, Survey Finds
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Hey, Wait a Minute…The Lockdown Easing is Worrying the Disabled Community, Survey Finds

As reported in Disability Horizons, the coronavirus has brought aspects of health and safety into the view for many citizens who had never had to be particularly considerate or careful…

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An Interview With the Founder of AccessNow: COVID-19 and the Disabled Community
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An Interview With the Founder of AccessNow: COVID-19 and the Disabled Community

  For twenty-five years Women of Influence has focused on empowering and helping to advance women in the workforce. Maayan Ziv, a Canadian tech entrepreneur, disability advocate, and voted one…

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COVID-19 and Myalgic Encephalomyelitis? Dr. Fauci Points Out Connections
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COVID-19 and Myalgic Encephalomyelitis? Dr. Fauci Points Out Connections

According to a story from meaction.net, Dr. Anthony Fauci was recently asked a question about what was being done to address so-called COVID-19 "long haulers," and their potential risk of…

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Post-Illness Psychiatric Disorders Are Possible with Coronavirus Infections, But Not Common
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Post-Illness Psychiatric Disorders Are Possible with Coronavirus Infections, But Not Common

By Danielle Bradshaw from In The Cloud Copy The Lancet Psychiatry has published a review stating that although there have been signs demonstrating that delirium may be a common symptom…

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COVID-19 and its Neurological Consequences: UK Scientists Unpack Brain-Related Complications
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COVID-19 and its Neurological Consequences: UK Scientists Unpack Brain-Related Complications

As COVID-19 grips the world, scientists are chasing after it to find the full spectrum of effects as it interacts with human biochemistry. While known for its characteristic cough and…

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David Fajgenbaum Found His Own Drug For Castleman’s Disease. Now He Turns to COVID-19
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David Fajgenbaum Found His Own Drug For Castleman’s Disease. Now He Turns to COVID-19

David Fajgenbaum toes the line between patient and doctor. After growing up with a physician as a father, Fajgenbaum chose to follow in his footsteps. His most important lessons came…

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