The American Academy of Neurology annual meeting showcased several important findings about concussion and associated post-traumatic headache.
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New Alzheimer Drugs: 2 from AAN '15 You Shouldn't Miss
These two new drugs for Alzheimer disease, presented at AAN 2015, are too good not to review. Here, a 6-slide summary of aducanumab and encenicline studies.
Diet and Nutrition Steer MS Disease Course
Is fatigue with MS related to diet? Is alcohol intake tied to lower MS disability and severity? Researchers at AAN 2015 reported on how patients are affected by what they eat and drink.
PACAP: Lessons From A Potent Migraine Inducer?
PACAP38 is a potent aggravator of migraine, a new study shows. This provides several new potential therapeutic targets -- most prominently a specific PACAP receptor PAC1.
Epilepsy Q&A: Answers to 6 Not-So-Easy Questions
Find the latest developments in epilepsy research on the pages that follow and test your knowledge by answering some of the difficult questions.
Graph Theory for Epilepsy, and 3 Other News Bites
Graph theory applied to epilepsy, an abbreviated QOLCE, promising new interventions for neonatal seizures, a minipump to deliver drugs—the latest developments in epilepsy diagnosis and patient care.
An Imaging Biomarker for Migraine?
Intriguing research is helping to shape our understanding of the functional connectivity and brain structure of migraineurs.
4 New Concepts in Alzheimer Disease
Proteins linked in a pathway, drugs that may prevent memory loss, the positive role of sleep, a new memory app—check out these latest new concepts in AD diagnosis and treatment.
Statins Do Double Duty Against Stroke
A new study suggests that inpatient statin use is linked to improved outcomes after intracranial hemorrhage.
Top 6 Neurology News Stories
Advances in neurology science and patient care continue to make news even before the doors to the AAN 2015 Annual Meeting officially open on Saturday. These are the top stories.
3 New Findings on Epilepsy
ADHD lowers the quality of life in adults with epilepsy; epilepsy is associated with social deprivation and increased risk of venous thromboembolism: details of these recent findings in this slide show.
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