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Does listening to music improve symptoms of insomnia or sleep problems in adults?

For adults with sleep problems or insomnia, listening to music at bedtime may improve sleep quality, sleep-onset latency, sleep duration, and sleep efficiency. Listening to music may improve anxiety and overall quality of life. Read the full article.



Should aspirin be continued or discontinued during acute gastrointestinal bleeding?

According to the American College of Gastroenterology and Canadian Association of Gastroenterology, patients should continue taking aspirin for secondary cardiovascular protection when experiencing gastrointestinal bleeding because stopping aspirin does not improve bleeding outcomes and may increase mortality. Because of the little to no benefit of aspirin for primary cardiovascular prevention, stopping aspirin in these patients is recommended with any gastrointestinal bleeding. Read the full article.

What is the first-choice add-on controller medication for patients with asthma whose symptoms are not adequately controlled with an inhaled corticosteroid alone?

Adding a long-acting beta2 agonist to inhaled corticosteroid therapy is preferred over adding long-acting muscarinic antagonists; however, long-acting muscarinic antagonists may be added as triple therapy for severe persistent asthma. Read the full article.


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