As home-monitoring devices become more available, accessible, and useful, they are increasing becoming helpful in neurological decision-making. More in this video.
A large study may bring us closer to identifying interventions that can help the homeless population with neurologic disease.
How are you counseling patients and families about the risks and benefits of playing sports with repetitive head blows and the risk of CTE?
A prospective case controlled study looked at the relationship of retinal blood ﬂow and vessel density to early onset Alzheimer disease and mild cognitive impairment.
A study looked at at levodopa/carbidopa administration soon after the diagnosis of Parkinson disease.
A recent study evaluated the effect of aerobic exercise on cognitive function and physical conditioning in young adults. The result? These boots are made for more than walking.
Here: Results from a clinical study of African-American patients with mild cognitive impairment.
In a nutshell: results from a meta-analysis of 5 clinical studies that assessed non–vitamin K antagonist oral anticoagulants vs aspirin.
Findings from a pooled analysis of SWIFT and STAR studies analyzed whether IV thrombolysis added clinical benefit in acute ischemic stroke.
Over 128,000 patients having an ischemic stroke were included in a recent analysis. Here's what researchers found.