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  1. Research shows that people with multiple sclerosis exhibit learning and memory difficulties and that music can be used successfully as a mnemonic device to aid in learning and memory. However, there is currently no research investigating the…
  2. Because emotions enhance memory processes and music evokes strong emotions, music could be involved in forming memories, either about pieces of music or about episodes and information associated with particular music. A recent study in BMC…
  3. Noise measurements were performed in eight patients' rooms, three intensive care units (ICUs) and one operating theatre at a large hospital (1300 beds). Daytime and nighttime L(A)eq in patients' rooms and in ICUs were higher than the recommended…
  4. Noise measurements were performed in eight patients' rooms, three intensive care units (ICUs) and one operating theatre at a large hospital (1300 beds). Daytime and nighttime L(A)eq in patients' rooms and in ICUs were higher than the recommended…
  5. Physicians sometimes selectively convey prognostic information to support patients' hopes. However, the relationship between prognostic disclosure and hope is not known.
  6. Multiple sclerosis (MS) causes a wide variety of neurological deficits, with ambulatory impairment the most obvious cause of disability. Within 10 to 15 years of disease onset, 80% of persons with MS experience gait problems due to muscle weakness…

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