A large study evaluated exercise and its effects on cognitive function in patients with, or at risk for, Alzheimer disease.
Lower serum caffeine levels may be of diagnostic significance in early Parkinson disease, consistent with epidemiologic data that support the neuro-protective properties of caffeine.
In this 6-minute video presentation, Dr. Andrew Wilner describes the epidemiology and pathophysiology of carbon monoxide poisoning and reviews the implications of a recently published observational study.
Although rare, new onset refractory status epilepticus can be life threatening if not identified quickly.
Findings from a study lends credence to the role of lipids in the early stages of Alzheimer disease.
An incident, population-based prospective cohort study examined weight changes over time in patients with Parkinson disease.
Researchers conducted a retrospective analysis of patients with acute stroke and evaluated the effect of infection during the hospitalization period.
Low dose aspirin use is becoming almost ubiquitous in cardiovascular risk modification, cancer risk modification, and in other areas whether appropriately indicated…or not.
A study that compared motor and nonmotor outcomes of DBS for Parkinson disease may show promise for patients' quality of life.
A study of over 80,000 patients confirmed another strong reason to prevent young people from repetitive head blows.