Refractory Tourette Syndrome
There’s an exciting new treatment for refractory Tourette syndrome, but many aspects to consider before recommending this option.
Gut Microbiota and Multiple Sclerosis
How can the study of gut microbiota lead to future treatments for neurological disorders?
Acupuncture for Migraine
Our blogger delves into the pros and cons of acupuncture as a complementary treatment for migraine.
Concussion Response in Amateur Sports
A neurologist’s main goal is promoting optimal healing after a concussion, but pressure to return athletes to play can make treatment difficult.
Do Cerebral Microbleeds Lead to Cognitive Deficit?
Our blogger discusses an association of microbleeds with cerebral blood flow and cognitive impairment.
A New Kind of Drug Abuse
Sharpen your sleuthing skills to help prevent a rising trend in drug abuse.
A New Avenue for MS Research
Our blogger considers a new approach to studying MS and welcomes your thoughts on the subject.
The Migraine-Stroke-Endothelium Controversy
Our blogger discusses a possible resolution to this much-debated topic.
Narcolepsy and the Flu
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.
Head Trauma and the Risk of Parkinson Disease
Our blogger discusses a recent study investigating the likelihood of head trauma in older patients leading to the onset of Parkinson disease and the implications of the findings.