The use of controlled temperature regulation may hold potential as a complementary method of treating stroke.
Parkinson disease articles published in 2018 reveal deeper dives into factors that include the impact of sleep and fatigue on symptoms.
This is a unique opportunity for talented early career psychiatrists and neurologists to gain experience in scholarly activities and research.
A study looked at changes in retinal signs with fundus photography and their association with cognitive decline.
What's the link between restrictive anorexia, anorexia nervosa, and binge eating disorder and ASD? This study sheds some light.
Alterations in the gut microbiome may trigger autoimmunity against the CNS, and contribute to the development of neuropsychiatric disorders. How? A recent review offers insights.
What are the risks of birth defects and perinatal outcomes for infants exposed to various AEDs in utero?
Women who have migraines with aura are at increased risk of stroke. Now, a new systematic review suggests that use of combined hormonal contraceptives by these patients raises their stroke risk over and above the already increased risk.
5 key facts about the association between cerebral microbleeds and risk of future intracerebral hemorrhage in patients with afib who take oral anticoagulants after ischemic stroke.
A large retrospective cohort study of over 12,000 patients from 40 hospitals looked at the risk of death following stroke or TIA, and whether patients had been prescribed antihypertensive medications.
A 5-year study assessed the association between dry eye and comorbid pain conditions in thousands of veterans and here's what they found.
As stroke rehabilitation moves toward multimodal approaches, music therapy has shown early promise in enhancing physical and cognitive recovery in some patients.
With a plethora of issues currently being debated in the field of sports neurology, Dr Seifert explores the top 5.
Epilepsy appears to be the main reason for an increased risk of serious traffic accidents among patients with the disease —not anti-epileptic drugs.
Migraine is not characterized by neuronal degeneration, but it has been a target of stem cell therapy in a few small investigational studies--and has shown early promise.