Cognitive Control Declines Due To Depression: New Study Published

Cognitive Control Declines Due To Depression New Study Published

Major depressive disorder, also known as depression, is the third most common cause of disability worldwide and a significant burden. Treatment for psychiatric disorders cost the United States $13.8 billion in 2011. Of all childhood health conditions, psychiatric disorders are also the most expensive to treat. Offering new insights into the mental health field, a … Read more

The Blue Mountains Eye Study: The True Story of the World’s Most Important Eye Study!

Blue Mountains Eye Study

‍ The Blue Mountains Eye Study (BMES) is the world’s most important human study into eye disease. The research has changed the way we diagnose, treat and prevent age-related macular degeneration (ARMD), an eye disease that affects over 10 million people worldwide. It is also one of the biggest medical studies ever conducted, with more … Read more

Prevention And Treatment Of Opportunistic Infections In HIV

Prevention and Treatment of Opportunistic Infections in HIV

Opportunistic Infections are infections and illnesses that occur more frequently and with very high intensity in people with HIV. These infections spread quickly in HIV patients as their immune system is seriously damaged.  Common opportunistic infections (OI) in HIV patients include candidiasis, invasive cervical cancer, coccidioidomycosis, cryptococcosis, cryptosporidiosis, cystoisosporiasis or isosporiasis, cytomegalovirus, herpes simplex virus … Read more