Depression and risk of stroke have a surprising connection. According to research released yesterday, women who are currently depressed or have a history of depression have a 29 percent increased stroke risk. Researchers at Harvard studied 81,000 women, a
The risk that an infant with an older sibling with autism also will develop the disorder, previously estimated at between 3 and 10 percent, is substantially higher at approximately 19 percent, a large, international, multi-site study led by researchers at
A phase II dose-finding study has found that the new oral Factor Xa inhibitor darexaban was associated with a two to four-fold increase in bleeding when added to dual antiplatelet therapy in patients following an acute coronary syndrome.