Multiple Sclerosis Brain Lesions and Taste Deficits
Researchers investigated a possible quantitative measure of taste function that correlated with myelin-related lesions found in MS patients.
Neuro News Roundup: Multiple Sclerosis
Risk factors regarding MS, including genetic research findings and progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy while taking natalizumab, are discussed.
Interesting Neuro: migraine drugs & stroke risks
Our Feb. news & research include two new migraine drugs, the stroke-Parkinson link, and the potential of an anticancer drug to prevent Alzheimer.
Cognitive Deficit Screening in MS
Neuropsychological deficits often remain undiscovered during routine clinical examinations of multiple sclerosis patients due to time constraints.
Interesting Neuro: TBI & imaging in stroke & epilepsy
Our Jan. news & research list includes the possible lingering effects of childhood concussion and the benefits of vitamin D for MS.
Herpes Viruses Infection of Neurons
New findings regarding viruses and neuronal cells could provide clues for possible new therapies for MS and Alzheimer disease.
Interesting Neuro: epilepsy updates & autism risks
Our Dec. news & research list includes groundbreaking research from AES 2015 as well as a few potential neurodegeneration biomarkers.
Stress and Neurological Disease Management
The holidays can be an especially stressful time of year, so patients need to be aware of how stress influences neurological disease progression.
Interesting Neuro: Alzheimer Studies & Stroke Drug
Our Nov. news & research list includes 2 successful genetic Alzheimer treatments in mouse models and a potential drug for Parkinson disease psychosis.
Gut Microbiota and Multiple Sclerosis
How can the study of gut microbiota lead to future treatments for neurological disorders?