Results from the largest global survey of its kind reveals that migraine sufferers who have not responded to preventive treatment experience a substantial burden of disease.
Findings from a pooled analysis of SWIFT and STAR studies analyzed whether IV thrombolysis added clinical benefit in acute ischemic stroke.
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Some migraine sufferers who do not initially respond to galcanezumab may show clinically meaningful improvement if they stay on the drug for longer periods of time.
From virtual examinations to neurology toolkits, these apps might prove helpful to your patients.
The CDC recently released the first US evidence-based guidelines on pediatric mild traumatic brain injury. Scroll through our quick slideshow to get the highlights.
In young patients with stroke without a clear cause, physicians should search for less common etiologies and treat accordingly.
This brief year-end slideshow highlights significant progress in research into migraine, Alzheimer disease, stroke, multiple sclerosis, and autism.
The progression of Parkinson disease and response to medication varies widely across individuals, which can make the prediction of disease course challenging.
What is the most common risk factor for Guillain-Barré Syndrome? Plus 4 other quick questions to test your knowledge.
Presenting our year in review, a collection by experts in their respective fields of brain injury, MS, concussion, epilepsy, migraine, and more.
If you suspect vestibular migraine, you’re not alone. One in 10 patients receive the diagnosis that is often confused with other conditions.
A middle-aged man explains that his seizures occur almost daily, and he suggests that either diazepam or the recently approved cannabis (CBD) medication would help control them.
Long-term consumption of fruits and vegetables may be associated with a lower risk of memory loss over time in men.