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[ARTICLE] The efficacy of Botulinum Toxin A on improving ease of care in the upper and lower limbs: a systematic review and meta-analysis using the Grades of Recommendation, Assessment, Development and Evaluation approach

Abstract

Objectives: A systematic review and meta-analysis using the Grades of Recommendation, Assessment, Development and Evaluation (GRADE) approach; evaluating Botulinum Toxin type A efficacy on improving ease of care in the upper/lower limb. 204 more words

Upper Limb

Patchwork Solutions

Recently I made a post on the Terraria subreddit regarding the most recent boss added to the game, the Moon Lord.

For the uninitiated, the Moon Lord is far and away the toughest enemy in the game ever to be added.   664 more words

Video Games

Lithium and suicide: what does the evidence show?

There appears to be increasing acceptance of the idea that lithium prevents suicide, and even that it can reduce mortality rates. For a toxic drug that makes most people feel rather depressed, this seems curious. 1,780 more words

Drug Effects

Post Of The Week - Sunday 26th July 2015

1) Cases Of Amnesia

I am in the middle of planning the Memory topic for AS next year. Here is a case of amnesia which has defied explanation. 682 more words

Treating Mental Disorders

Major depression could be altering your neurophysiology

With a lifetime prevalence of more than 16%, major depressive disorder is a common psychiatric disease and is among the leading causes of disability worldwide. Despite this, our understanding of neurological pathophysiology remains rudimentary. 407 more words

Public Health Matters

Meta

I don’t know how meta this post is actually going to be, but I will attempt to get a few things of “meta” into the post. 409 more words

Numbers And Patterns

Meta-analysis and older data

My colleague and I just had our paper published in Open Quaternary. It looks at the use of older and/or museum collections in meta-analyses. Museum collections are a great source of information for archaeologists, but we also need to understand their context to be able to use them appropriately. 163 more words

Archaeology