Master Doctor Search: Neurology & Neurosurgery
FDA Reaffirms Safety of Pimavanserin in PD Psychosis
The agency's postmarket review finds no new or unexpected safety risks associated with the antipsychotic, but some prescribing patterns are 'potentially concerning.' News Alerts
16 hours ago - Medscape
CHMP Backs Galcanezumab for Migraine Prevention
The EMA committee has recommended marketing authorization for a second CGRP antagonist for migraine prevention, following its first-in-class approval recommendation for...
18 hours ago - Medscape
Alzheimer's, Related Dementias Predicted to Double by 2060
A new study from the CDC is the first to examine expected increases in Alzheimer's disease and related dementias in older Americans by racial and ethnic group. Medscape Medical...
18 hours ago - Medscape - 2 articles
Mediterranean Diet Especially Protective Against Stroke in Women?
Greater adherence to the Mediterranean diet was associated with lower risk for stroke in a UK population, with a stronger effect in women than in men. Medscape Medical News
20 hours ago - Medscape - 3 articles
Wang Joins the Journal of Pineal Research Editorial Board
Xin Wang, PhD, director of the Neuroapoptosis Drug Discovery Laboratory in the Department of Neurosurgery, was selected to join the editorial board of the Journal of Pineal...
1 day ago - BWH
Factors related to long term motor, behavioural and scholastic outcome in children with acute disseminated encephalomyelitis
Acute disseminated encephalomyelitis is typically a monophasic demyelinating disease of the central nervous system, most often reported to have a favourable long-term...
1 day ago - Pediatric Neurology - 2 articles
Sleep Apnea Treatment Tied to Improved Stroke Outcomes
Use of continuous positive airway pressure after an acute stroke or transient ischemia attack may improve neurologic functioning in patients with sleep apnea, a new study...
1 day ago - Medscape - 2 articles
1 in 6 Americans Over 40 Has Been Knocked Out
Further, these head injuries are associated with neurological and psychological problems such as depression, sleep disorders, stroke and alcoholism, the researchers found.
1 day ago - Web MD
Walking Just 4 Hours a Week Linked to Reduced Stroke Severity
New registry data suggest even light to moderate physical activity may result in a less severe stroke over time. Medscape Medical News
2 days ago - Medscape - 3 articles
Nevus sebaceous on the scalp: answer
We describe the case of a 1-month-old, full-term male infant with an NS (localized, well-delimited, waxy alopecic area on the scalp) that has been present since birth. He was...
2 days ago - Journal of Pediatric and Neonatal Individualized Medicine - 2 articles
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It doesn't matter how long you sleep, it's WHEN you go to bed
A new study on sleep patterns suggests that a regular bedtime and wake time are just as important for heart and metabolic health among older adults, Duke researchers found.
First HIV immunotherapy drug proves safe in phase 1 trial
The phase 1 trial is an early but significant milestone for the team at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, which won a $20 million grant to make their ideas a...
Context before vocabulary: New research shows babies as young as 6 months...
Babies are naturally curious, and their drive to explore the world around them can help them become fast learners. A recent study has even discovered that infants as young as...
High Gluten Diet in Pregnancy can Increase Diabetes Risk in Children
High consumption of gluten pregnant women can increase the risk of Type-1 diabetes in children. Proteins found in foods rich in gluten such as wheat, rye, and barley can...
New Smartphone App and Lab Kit Can Help Diagnose Urinary Infections Much Faster
Your smartphone can be your doctor now, here's how. New smartphone app using the phone's camera and lab kit can help identify urinary tract infections much faster.
New Innovative Approach to Develop a Vaccine Against Plasmodium vivax Malaria
A new innovative approach can pave the way for developing a vaccine to treat iPlasmodium vivax/i malaria, reveals a new study.
Do YOU wear contact lenses? Beware of a rare infection
Moorfields Eye Hospital researchers checked medical records since 1986 to analyse and compare rates of the infection in south east England.
New Study Reports Poor Physical and Mental Health in Rural Borderland...
Poor mental and physical health is seen among American rural borderline communities due to the impact of high stress.
TINY Cancer Detection Tool Proves Effective as Kaposi Sarcoma-associated...
New TINY cancer detection device shows promise as a Kaposi sarcoma-associated herpesvirus detector.
New Fatty Acids Can Slow Down an Over Reactive Immune System
New type of fatty acid identified can slow down the overreactive immune system which may lead to potential treatments for the disease