Pathogenic Agents of Alzheimer’s Disease and Their Corresponding Pharmacotherapeutic Treatment Hypotheses

Pathogenic Agents of Alzheimer’s Disease and Their Corresponding Pharmacotherapeutic Treatment Hypotheses

Alzheimer’s Disease (AD), the most common cause of dementia, is a progressive and fatal neurodegenerative disorder that primarily affects older adults. Though the definitive etiology of the disease is still to be uncovered, several characteristic features of the...
ACL Recovery Inequality: Socioeconomic Status and Injury Recuperation

ACL Recovery Inequality: Socioeconomic Status and Injury Recuperation

Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury is commonplace amongst athletes and individuals alike, yet despite its frequency, this injury devastatingly increases morbidity and greatly impacts one’s day-to-day schedule (1). ACL injuries comprise up to 50% of ligamentous...
Epidemiological Analysis of the Relationship Between Lower Back Pain Incidence and Implementation of Occupational Preventative Measures

Epidemiological Analysis of the Relationship Between Lower Back Pain Incidence and Implementation of Occupational Preventative Measures

Roughly 60 to 80% of individuals in the United States population have experienced lower back pain at some point in their life [1]. Lower back pain (LBP) is generally defined as pain, muscle tension, or stiffness localised below the costal margin and above the inferior...