Master Doctor Search: Neurology & Neurosurgery
How a Stroke Can Happen When You're Young Like Luke Perry
Strokes are sometimes referred to as "brain attacks" because they occur when a blood clot blocks an artery or blood vessel, cutting off blood flow to your brain, as opposed to...
1 hour ago - Mercola
A Review Of Chronic Leukoencephalopathy Among Survivors Of Childhood Cancer
Currently, there are an estimated 400,000 long-term survivors of childhood cancer in the United States. Chronic leukoencephalopathy is a potential devastating late effect that...
6 hours ago - Pediatric Neurology
Immediate angiography fails to improve survival after cardiac arrest without STEMI
NEW ORLEANS - Among patients revived from out-of-hospital cardiac arrest who had ischemic heart disease but not STEMI, there was no difference in 90-day survival or myocardial...
10 hours ago - Healio - 4 articles
Scientists grow most sophisticated brain organoid to date
Researchers at Cambridge Biomedical Campus have grown the most sophisticated brain organoid to date, providing new opportunities for scientists to understand human brain...
11 hours ago - News Medical - 3 articles
NOMAS: Depression Tied to Increased Stroke Risk
Post-stroke depression has been previously associated with poorer recovery, but new research suggests depression may also be a risk factor for stroke. Medscape Medical News
11 hours ago - Medscape - 4 articles
Elyaman Earns Research Award for Multiple Sclerosis Research
Wassim Elyaman, PhD, an assistant scientist in the Department of Neurology, received a two-year research award from the Massachusetts Neuroscience Consortium.
14 hours ago - BWH
Chiropractic Care Tied to Significant Reduction in Opioid Scripts
Patients who visit a chiropractor for low-back and neck pain are less likely to receive prescription opioids than their counterparts who go to other healthcare providers, new...
1 day ago - Medscape
Will Curtailing Opioids Increase Violence Against Doctors?
As doctors endeavor to comply with CDC guidelines aimed at reducing opioid use in patients experiencing pain, it's possible they may encounter an increase in patient violence...
1 day ago - Medscape
The Cost of Not Knowing a Huntington's Diagnosis
When Jennifer Leyton was going through IVF, her doctors would tell her very little. They turned off the ultrasound screen facing her so she could not count the number of eggs...
1 day ago - The Atlantic
Light, Sound, and Alzheimer's; Cocoa for MS Fatigue; Manganese and Parkinson's
News and commentary from the world of neurology and neuroscience
1 day ago - MedPageToday
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New Algae-based Treatment Could Prevent Limb Amputation
Algae-based capsules could reduce the need for amputation in people with critical limb ischemia , reveals a new study.
First Drug for Postpartum Depression Approved by USFDA
The US Food and Drug Administration has approved a drug for the treatment of postpartum depression in adult women.
Milk or No Milk for Babies With a Rare Type of Genetic Disorder
The study found that children with Duarte galactosemia are at no greater risk of long-term developmental abnormalities than their unaffected siblings, with exposure to milk as...
Johnson Johnson exposed as the mastermind corporation behind the opioid...
Who is to blame for the opioid epidemic that is currently gripping the nation and taking the lives of 60,000 Americans each year? Most people tend to blame the makers of these...
Colombian baby girl born with her twin INSIDE her
The little girl called Izamara, born on February 22 in Barranquilla, Colombia, is an incredibly rare example of 'fetus-in-fetu' births, first described in 1808 but rarely seen...
Why The New Postpartum Depression Drug Is Potentially A Very Big Deal
It's expensive, but it could treat severe PPD in two days.
Women who miss their cancer screening at the clinic will now be offered home...
Women across the UK will be offered DIY smear tests in a bid to cut cervical cancer deaths. Kits will be sent to women in the post, enabling them to take their own sample at...
Scalding Hot Tea May Boost Esophageal Cancer Risk
A previous study linked hot tea with esophageal cancer, but this new one is the first to pinpoint a specific temperature, according to the researchers.
Is Your Doctor Helping or Hurting You Lose Weight?
A little empathy from a health care professional goes a long way for a few reasons.
RECALL: Toys “R” Us Canada's Koala Baby 2-pack sleepers
Toys “R” Us Canada is recalling their Koala Baby brand 2-pack sleepers because they don't meet the flammability requirements for children's sleepwear under Canadian law...