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Christina Nault is a 2024 PharmD candidate at the University of Connecticut.
Reexamining the Use of Tacrine for Neurological Diseases
Tacrine was originally brought to the market in 1993 as an acetylcholinesterase inhibitor to fight the symptoms of Alzheimer disease.
Parkinson Disease is More Than Just a Movement Disorder
Although the treatment of motor symptoms is the primary focus of care for Parkinson disease, helping these patients with sleep disorders is vital because of the impact on quality of life.
Antioxidants: A New Therapy for Neurodegenerative Diseases?
Antioxidants are capable of converting highly destructive free radicals and nonradical molecules, thereby reducing cerebral stress.
The Impact of a Pharmacist on Epilepsy
Pharmacists are an essential part of improving care for patients with epilepsy.
Active or Passive Coping? A Study on Coping Strategies for Patients with Parkinson Disease
With the help of pharmacists and a team of health care providers, a better quality of life is possible for patients with Parkinson disease.
Clinical Overview: Deucravacitinib for the Treatment of Moderate to Severe Plaque Psoriasis
Deucravacitinib is a possible solution for patients with psoriasis who wish to have the convenience of an oral medication.
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