Magnetic Brain Stimulation: 'Huge Amount of Promise'
TMS could still shift the psychiatric treatment paradigm, despite failure in VA trial
20 days ago - MedPageToday - 2 articles
Cerebellar TMS May Improve Gait, Balance in Post-Stroke Hemiparesis
"Very exciting" results with magnetic stimulation in small trial
1 month ago - MedPageToday
TMS Promising for Methamphetamine Withdrawal
Few agents are currently available to manage withdrawal symptoms in people addicted to drugs of abuse. Transcranial magnetic stimulation might be a viable alternative, a study...
4 monthes ago - Medscape
3-Minute TMS for Depression OK'd; Top Psych Hospitals Ranked; Rapid Brain Aging
News and commentary from the psychiatry world
4 monthes ago - MedPageToday - 2 articles
BrainsWay receives FDA clearance for Deep TMS system to treat adults with obsessive-compulsive disorder
BrainsWay Ltd., the parent company of BrainsWay USA, Inc., and a global leader in the advanced non-invasive treatment of brain disorders, today announces that it has received...
4 monthes ago - News Medical - 2 articles
What effect does transcranial magnetic stimulation have on the brain?
Researchers have gained new insights on the question of how transcranial magnetic stimulation effects functional interconnectivity of neurons. For visualization, they employed...
7 monthes ago - ScienceDaily
TMS Device May Offer Nondrug Option for Migraine Prevention
An FDA-approved device that delivers transcranial single-pulse magnetic stimulation significantly reduces the number of migraine headache days per month, potentially providing...
9 monthes ago - Medscape
Deep TMS technology reduces symptoms of fatigue in MS patients
Up to 90 percent of people living with MS report experiencing severe fatigue. Fatigue can have a serious impact on both a person's work and social life, and leads many patients...
11 monthes ago - News Medical
Deep brain stimulation: A new treatment approach in patients with multiple sclerosis
A pilot study has shown that treatment with deep transcranial magnetic stimulation significantly reduces symptoms of fatigue in patients with multiple sclerosis. The results...
11 monthes ago - ScienceDaily
Repetitive TMS May Improve Gait, Balance in MS-Related Ataxia
Combined with intensive physical therapy, rTMS over 4 weeks improved gait and balance and decreased falls in patients with ataxia compared with those who received a sham...
One year ago - Medscape
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Renewable Source of Cancer-fighting T Cells Created
The technique uses structures called artificial thymic organoids, which work by mimicking the environment of the thymus, the organ in which T cells develop from blood stem cells.
Home-Based Hypertension Program Kept BP Under Control
Brigham and women's hospital developed a home-based care delivery program to help control blood pressure quickly and at lower costs than office-based blood pressure programs...
Chemical Exposure During Pregnancy Could Lower Blood Pressure Levels
Exposure to chemicals such as phthalates, parabens or Bisphenol A can decrease blood pressure during pregnancy, reveals a new study.
Cytomegalovirus: Reactivation Of This Virus Can Be Prevented After Stem Cell...
Reactivation Of a Cytomegalovirus After Stem Cell Transplantation Can Be Prevented Using This Technique.
Stop, Drop, and Pour: Coffee-Mate's New Oat Milk Creamer Is Here to Brighten...
After aptly being named one of the biggest trends of 2019 , oat milk is hitting grocery stores! Whether you've heard your friends talking about making the switch over from...
Study: Marketing to Docs, Opioid Crisis Linked
A county-by-county analysis showed that opioid use increased in places where drug makers focused their marketing efforts to physicians, researchers say.
Why I HATE That ‘How Hard Did Aging Hit You' Meme
It's the first big Internet fad of 2019. Call it the “10 Year Aging Challenge,” the “2009 v. 2019 Challenge,” “The How Hard Did Aging Hit You Challenge” or the “First Profile...
Frail older people are at greater risk of getting dementia, even when their...
Experts from Dalhousie University in Canada now believe frailty could reduce people's tolerance to brain changes, so that they are more likely to become forgetful.
Raising A Child With Strong Faith When You're Not So Sure
I was making dinner one night when my 3-year-old came up to me with a stack of papers in his hands. He hands me the papers and says “These are to teach you about Jesus. Share...
A National Survey on Interhospital Transport of Children in Cardiac Arrest*
Objectives: To describe the U.S. experience with interhospital transport of children in cardiac arrest undergoing cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Design: Self-administered...