Many people with dementia continue to drive years after diagnosis. Findings from a systematic review of motor vehicle collisions and driving impairment related to dementia suggest the time to raise concerns over driving safety should be made earlier than originally thought.
These technologies show promise in predicting dementia years before clinical symptoms develop; diagnosing concussion and other brain injuries; and more.
There has been long-running controversy regarding the association between statins and PD risk. Two studies with conflicting results are examined here.
Featured CMEs for neurology, neuro-ophthalmology, neuroradiology, and neurosurgery, as well as a range of other topics.
A summary of cutting-edge technology, including the world’s smallest fully implantable spinal cord neurostimulator for the treatment of chronic pain.
Tools to help users monitor and detect tinnitus, control post-stroke symptoms, improve seizure monitoring, and more.
These medical apps provided technology for caregivers to track symptoms, make appointments with doctors, monitor medications, and more.
Which antiepileptic drugs work best as monotherapy? A new Cochrane meta-analysis scrutinizes the evidence.
Three new things about multiple sclerosis presented at ECTRIMS 2017 are highlighted in this slideshow.
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.