Study finds no link between statin use and risk of polyneuropathies
It was long debated whether cholesterol-lowering statins can be conducive to the occurrence of neuropathies. A study presented at the Congress of the European Academy of...
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NeuroBreak: Another CGRP Win; Positive Data for Alzheimer's Drug
News and commentary from the world of neurology and neuroscience
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Golisano Children's Hospital Recognized by US News and World Report
UR Medicine's Golisano Children's Hospital has been recognized as one of the nation's best children's hospitals in three specialty areas - neonatology, nephrology, and...
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Heavy smart phone use can have unfavorable effect on hand and arm nerves
Heavy users of smart phones tap on the touchscreen of their mobile phones more than 5,000 times a day. A study presented at the Congress of the European Academy of Neurology in...
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Do YOU have 'dancing eyes'? Magnets could help
Researchers at the University College London Institute of Neurology were behind the novel approach using two magnets on the man in his late 40s.
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Magnesium Oil: Transdermal Bull
Manufacturers have come up with the idea of offering "miraculous" magnesium preparations for application on the skin. But can magnesium ultimately enter the bloodstream through...
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Virtual visits for Parkinson's Disease: A multicenter noncontrolled cohort
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Evidence based effects of yoga in neurological disorders
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Insomnia drug appears to have opposite effect for patients with neurologic conditions
In a new systematic review in JAMA Neurology, Michigan Medicine researchers found reason to further explore the surprising effects of zolpidem that have been observed outside...
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Insomnia medication may wake up some patients from vegetative state
A systematic review of zolpidem for noninsomnia neurological disorders, including movement disorders and disorders of consciousness, finds reason for additional research.
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Talk it Out: Are you in favor of the new Senate GOP health-care bill?
The Senate republicans are looking to erase major parts of the Affordable Care Act in a new bill. Would you be in favor of such changes or are you concerned?
Zolpidem Drug: Surprising Effects of Insomnia Medication
Insomnia medication Zolpidem may work well in improving the conditions like coma recovery and vegetative states, finds a new review study.
Abortion should be DECRIMINALISED, say medics
Delegates at the British Medical Association's annual meeting in Bournemouth voted in favour of a motion calling for a change in the law. It will now adopt this stance as its...
Potential Biomarkers To Identify Benign Pancreatic Lesions
The levels of two proteins VEGF-A and CEA are used to identify pancreatic cysts that will not develop into cancerous lesions.
This Man's Viral Tinder Profile Shows Why Honesty Can Be the Best Policy
Rodale Inc. Dustin gave it to Tinder straight as he could, and the Internet loves it When creating a dating profile, honesty is always the best policy. After all, no one is...
Cleveland Clinic, Rainbow on U.S. News' Best Children's Hospitals rankings
Cleveland Clinic Children's, University Hospital's Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital and Akron Children's Hospital ranked among the top 50 health centers in several...
Alzheimer's Disease: Genes Associated With Myeloid Cells Linked to Disease Risk
Alzheimer's disease risk has been found to be linked with genes that are associated with myeloid cells, finds a new study.
2 Min Brisk Walk Can Help Lower Office Workers' Blood Lipids
Increased sitting at work increases the risk of a cardiovascular disease, diabetes and death. Hence, two minutes of brisk walking every half an hour is required.
Conflict in Married Couples Increase Inflammatory Marker Levels
Sleep deprivation due to conflicts in married couples increased their inflammatory markers which can trigger diabetes, heart disease, arthritis.
Brains Function Better Only When You Exercise
Different levels of exercise intensity, as well as different types of exercise, or exercise paired specifically with cognitive tasks, affect the brain.