USA], Feb 21 (ANI): Heavy drinking can increase your risk of early-onset
dementia, according to the largest study of its kind ever conducted.
/early-resolving AD, occurring in 13%-15% of the children, was most prevalent and was associated with male gender.
One affliction she was thought to have was early-onset
osteoathritis (OA), resulting in her joints wearing out before their time.
In the 1970s, roughly 2 of every 1,000 live-born infants developed early-onset
GBS with mortality of 2%-8% in term infants and as high as 30% in preterm infants.
dementia--defined as dementia that develops before the age of 65--is on the rise, robbing more and more people in their prime of their most productive years and placing a huge burden on society.
Prevention efforts for early-onset
neonatal GBS disease focus on identifying women for whom prophylaxis during labor is appropriate.
Despite the known efficacy of the intrapartum antibiotic prophylaxis (IAP), (1) no Group B Streptococcus (GBS) prophylaxis program are in place in Brazil, (2) and rates of early-onset
sepsis (EOS) may be underestimated.
ISLAMABAD -- Men who indulge in smoking since their adolescence may put their future children at more than three times higher risk of an early-onset
of asthma, a finding suggests.
Based on its timing in relation to the incident AMI, heart failure was classified into two mutually exclusive categories; early-onset
(heart failure on admission or developing during the hospitalisation for the incident AMI) and late-onset (either a new hospitalisation with heart failure or death due to heart failure after discharge from the incident AMI hospitalisation).
Although the incidence of young-onset T2DM is increasing, it is still not fully clear the onset characteristics and risk factors of early-onset
The goals of the study are to (a) confirm the relationship between the rs821633 polymorphism and schizophrenia reported in other racial groups among Han Chinese, and (b) assess whether or not the relationship of this risk allele with schizophrenia is different in genetically more homogeneous early-onset
schizophrenia (defined as those who developed the illness prior to 19 years of age [17-18]) than in genetically more heterogeneous late-onset schizophrenia (those who develop the illness at 19 years of age or older).
In this paper we are trying to compare etiology, seizure and epilepsy types, different EEG and neuroimaging findings and antiepileptic drug therapy in early-onset
and late-onset epilepsy in elderly.