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Dr. Joshi Will Be Presenting in the 2019 Migraine World Summit

Dr. Joshi Will Be Presenting in the 2019 Migraine World Summit

Buffalo, NY – Attending Neurologist and Headache Specialist at DENT, Dr. Shivang Joshi, will be presenting at the 2019 Migraine World Summit.  According the Migraine World Summit’s website ,”The Migraine World Summit is a virtual event that brings together over 32 top experts including doctors and specialists,

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Ease Up On Electronics Before Bed – Your Brain Will Thank You

Ease Up On Electronics Before Bed – Your Brain Will Thank You

For many, scrolling through Facebook or Twitter in bed is just part of the nightly routine. However, studies show these activities, especially social media use, can be disruptful to the recovery processes that occur during sleep.  We sat down with Director of the DENT Sleep Center,

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DENT Study Finds Medical Cannabis May Alleviate Symptoms of Chronic Disease in the Elderly

DENT Study Finds Medical Cannabis May Alleviate Symptoms of Chronic Disease in the Elderly

Buffalo, NY – A recent study conducted by the DENT Cannabis Clinic finds that medical cannabis may alleviate symptoms associated with chronic conditions in the elderly. The study, led by Dr. Laszlo Mechtler, focused on the effects of medical marijuana in seniors with chronic conditions.

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Making the Most of Your Healthcare Visits – Facebook Live Recap

Making the Most of Your Healthcare Visits – Facebook Live Recap

Preparing for healthcare appointments can seem daunting for both caregivers and patients. There are questions you want to ask and updates you want to give, but you may find that preparing for an appointment is an overwhelming task. “Sometimes we have patients or family members who don’t necessarily understand the process,

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Care Partner Resolutions: Staying Healthy – Facebook Live Recap

Care Partner Resolutions: Staying Healthy – Facebook Live Recap

According to the Alzheimer’s Association, more than 16 million Americans provide unpaid care for people with Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia.  This care ranges from assistance with activities like bathing and dressing, to financial assistance, to coordinating care or providing emotional support.