There has been long-running controversy regarding the association between statins and PD risk. Two studies with conflicting results are examined here.
Findings from a new meta-analysis suggest these medications may be most effective in improving cognition in Alzheimer disease.
Clinical implications of three new studies on treatments that may increase risk of—or mitigate harm from—stroke in older patients.
Featured CMEs for neurology, neuro-ophthalmology, neuroradiology, and neurosurgery, as well as a range of other topics.
Bill Gates has taken on an ambitious new project—fighting Alzheimer disease.
A summary of cutting-edge technology, including the world’s smallest fully implantable spinal cord neurostimulator for the treatment of chronic pain.
Low dose aspirin use is becoming almost ubiquitous in cardiovascular risk modification, cancer risk modification, and in other areas whether appropriately indicated…or not.
Tools to help users monitor and detect tinnitus, control post-stroke symptoms, improve seizure monitoring, and more.
A summary of current treatment guidelines, application, and emerging developments in the area of spontaneous nontraumatic ICH.
A new study found that the diabetes drug exenatide is associated with improved and sustained off-medication motor symptoms in PD, representing a major new avenue for treating the disorder.
A 71-year-old woman presented to the emergency department with subacute headaches and altered behavior that was initially attributed to emotional distress. What did the tests show?
These medical apps provided technology for caregivers to track symptoms, make appointments with doctors, monitor medications, and more.
A study found that patients with AF who initiate therapy with standard dose dabigatran are at low risk of stroke and bleeding. Insights here.
Higher fish intake was linked to significantly decreased rate of episodic memory decline. More details in this study.
The practice of forcing left-handers to use their right hand is a long as human history and found in most societies. In fact, the words “left” and “left-handed” are synonyms for “defective” or “sinister” in almost all the world’s languages. More in this interview.