New Approaches to MS: Highlights from ECTRIMS
Three new things about multiple sclerosis presented at ECTRIMS 2017 are highlighted in this slideshow.
Virtual Housecalls for Patients With Parkinson’s?
Virtual housecalls to patients with Parkinson's disease are not only feasible and efficient, but patients appear to like them. Details from a national study tell the story here.
9 Natural Supplements for Cognitive Impairment
Which vitamins and supplements have shown promise in treating dementia and preventing cognitive decline?
Stroke Deaths and The Link with Gender Inequality
For a variety of reasons, the prevalence of stroke is higher in women than it is in men. Globally, the highest burden of stroke lies with women in low- and middle-income countries.
Neurological Disorders and the Global Burden of Disease
Migraine is the second leading cause of disability worldwide. New data show the number of patients who will need care by clinicians with expertise in neurological conditions will continue to grow in coming decades.
Dietary Therapy to Improve Epilepsy Outcomes: Case Vignettes
The authors present illustrative fictional accounts of patients with medical problems with co-occurring epilepsy.
6 Essential Nutrition Recommendations for Parkinson Disease
This article provides some straightforward nutritional recommendations that neurologists can share with their patients.
Case Study: Siblings With Hypotonia in All Limbs
Two young siblings presented to the pediatric department with mental retardation, developmental delay, ataxia, and nystagmus since birth. What's your diagnosis after reviewing the case?
Neutraceuticals: Effective for Migraines?
Studies suggest that magnesium, riboflavin, butterbur, coenzyme Q10, and certain nutraceutical combinations may have efficacy in preventing migraine. This slideshow reviews the evidence.
Psychosis in Patients With Parkinson Disease Without Dementia
How common is psychosis in PD? Implications? Risk factors? Insights here, and measures that may help.