A Johns Hopkins team is designing the STIMband, a non-invasive brain-stimulating device that may provide at-home Parkinson treatment.
Our blogger discusses a possible resolution to this much-debated topic.
Researchers test a compound that shows promise as a Parkinson treatment.
We present findings from 3 recent studies concerning multiple sclerosis research and treatment.
Researchers found associations between cognitive test scores and eventual Alzheimer disease.
This study aims to identify demographic, medical, and psychosocial predictors of drug adherence in young children newly diagnosed with epilepsy.
Observations over the last few years have indicated that an inciting event of narcolepsy may be infection with influenza or vaccination with particular influenza vaccines.
How well versed are you in various epilepsy treatments? Our quiz covers medications and non-drug treatments.
When medications no longer offer relief to your patients with migraines, surgical treatment may be the answer.
About one-third of stroke patients have significant cognitive impairment within several months of the event, but what is their status in the long term?
Studies of a kuru epidemic in a formerly cannibalistic tribe could lead to further understanding of other neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer and Parkinson.
New treatments for Parkinson disease are greatly needed, since current medications delay the progression of the disease but do not cure it.
Digital communities and online self-management tools have the potential to improve clinical outcomes among epilepsy patients.
Biomarkers in the blood may be an effective tool for diagnosis and personalized therapy. Learn more about this and two other studies regarding multiple sclerosis.
Neurologists will need to improve documentation for several common diagnoses to make a successful ICD-10 transition. Here are six helpful tips.