A non-psychoactive component of the marijuana plant, cannabidiol in liquid form decreased seizures by an average of 50% across multiple types of severe epilepsy.
Advances in neurology science and patient care continue to make news even before the doors to the AAN 2015 Annual Meeting officially open on Saturday. These are the top stories.
A major advance in epilepsy treatment may be found in the first direct brain responsive neurostimulator, upcoming AAN meeting will have an epilepsy focus, and other top stories.
ADHD lowers the quality of life in adults with epilepsy; epilepsy is associated with social deprivation and increased risk of venous thromboembolism: details of these recent findings in this slide show.
In this video, Steven R. Goldstein, MD, professor of obstetrics and gynecology at NYU, discusses new research he presented in October at the 25th annual North American Menopause Society meeting.
Two studies show that the emotional impact of uterine fibroids is significant but support is lacking, especially in African American women.
New research shows that obstetricians may need to rethink how they screen certain patients for gestational diabetes mellitus.
New research presented at ACOG 2014 shows that inadequate weight gain in the second trimester is an independent risk factor for spontaneous preterm birth.
More than 64% of the adult women in the United States are overweight or obese, and these patients pose special challenges for surgeons. New research examining outcomes and complication rates, particularly in the emerging field of robotic surgery, will allow better management of these patients, and ObGyn.net will be paying special attention to this research at AAGL 2012 in Las Vegas.