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Neurology Times invited David E Olson, PhD to discuss a new study that sheds light on the role of psychedelics in promoting neuritogenesis, spinogenesis, and synaptogenesis.
Paramedics were called to a campus party after a 911 call was placed with a report that a 19-year-old male suddenly “passed out.”
Smoking, organic solvents, and genetic susceptibility combine to increase MS risk.
A recent study has suggested that a substance called Hm-3, which is derived from crab spider toxin, may pave the way for new treatments for a subtype of the rare neuromuscular disorder, primary periodic paralysis.
A new drug called BAN2401 has shown promise in decreasing amyloid in early AD, according to results from a phase II study.
Is there a correlation between sickle cell trait and incidence of ischemic stroke among African-Americans?
A 39-year-old male with a past medical history of hypertension and depression woke up with a severe headache, difficulty speaking, and right-sided weakness. Read the case details here.
Researchers sought to find whether the risk of later cerebrovascular events was associated with a hospital admission for migraine.