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Regular Moderate Physical Activity Improves Mental Wellbeing? (BBC News / Lancet Psychiatry)

Summary Regular physical exercise is linked with a lower self-reported burden of mental ill-health; although “too much” appears to be as harmful as too little activity. The optimal duration for physical activity would appear to be 45 minutes, between three … Continue reading

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Recent Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses on Delirium

Access to the full-text of these articles may require a suitable Athens password, a journal subscription or payment. Gore, RL. Vardy, ER. O’Brien, JT. (2014). Delirium and dementia with Lewy bodies: distinct diagnoses or part of the same spectrum? Journal of … Continue reading

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Medication Reconciliation and Patient Understanding on Hospital Discharge (Journal of General Internal Medicine)

Summary Since adverse drug events upon hospital discharge are common and sometimes serious, this US study investigated the prevalence of medication reconciliation. It found that medication reconciliation and patient understanding (or carer’s understanding, possibly in the case of dementia patients) … Continue reading

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