A Johns Hopkins team is designing the STIMband, a non-invasive brain-stimulating device that may provide at-home Parkinson treatment.
Mark L. Fuerst
We present findings from 3 recent studies concerning multiple sclerosis research and treatment.
More men are turning not to illegal anabolic steroids but to legal appearance- and performance-enhancing drugs, ones that pose a health threat all their own.
This study aims to identify demographic, medical, and psychosocial predictors of drug adherence in young children newly diagnosed with epilepsy.
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?
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.
Learn about virtual reality systems and a functional therapy approach designed to promote quicker stroke recovery.
Drug therapy is the mainstay of seizure treatment. We present recent findings in anti-epileptic drug research.
Recent studies on MS are highlighted, including a possible new avenue for future therapies.