How can a clinician best treat a young athlete more concerned with return to play than with his or her health?
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Possible Biomarker for Migraine
A blood lipid could hold the keys to diagnosing migraines.
Concussion Response in Amateur Sports
A neurologist’s main goal is promoting optimal healing after a concussion, but pressure to return athletes to play can make treatment difficult.
Impulse Control Disorders in Parkinson Disease
Dysregulated dopamine may not be the sole cause of impulse control problems in patients with Parkinson disease.
Music Therapy for Epilepsy
Researchers discovered the brains of people with epilepsy react differently to music, thus potentially opening to door to a new, conjunctive therapy.
Neurology News Roundup
Exercise to preserve cognitive function and use of biomarkers to aid rapid diagnosis are two topics covered in the following slides.
Psychiatric Symptoms Following Concussion in Adolescents
The Alzheimer Link to Neurodegeneration in Diabetes
Researchers studied type 2 diabetes-induced neurodegeneration and the possible link to Alzheimer disease.
Our Sept. list of top news & research includes a therapy for drug-resistant epilepsy and promising medications for Parkinson and Alzheimer.
A Fond Farewell to Oliver Sacks
We say goodbye to polymath Oliver Sacks, who brought neurology to a wide popular audience.
Remembering Oliver Sacks
We pay tribute to neurologist and author Dr. Oliver Sacks through words from our board members as well as some of his own words.
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