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Parents say their children develop extreme behavioral changes after a strep infection

PARENTS SAY THEIR CHILDREN DEVELOP EXTREME BEHAVIORAL CHANGES AFTER A STREP INFECTION

Sabrina Smith, 11, from Danbury, Connecticut, was seven years old when she was diagnosed with PANDAS, an autoimmune disorder that creates...

Long Look Into Ant Brains Provides Epigenetic Insights

LONG LOOK INTO ANT BRAINS PROVIDES EPIGENETIC INSIGHTS

To understand the epigenetic regulation of brain function and behavior, scientists are turning to ants. To understand the ants, they...

 
 
 
Improving Access to Deep-Seated Brain Tumors

IMPROVING ACCESS TO DEEP-SEATED BRAIN TUMORS

When it comes to treating tumors deep in the brain, such as those near the thalamus and basal ganglia, surgery has long presented a...

 
 
 
CBD Research Promises New Treatment For Autism

CBD RESEARCH PROMISES NEW TREATMENT FOR AUTISM

Autism Spectrum Disorder , or Autism, is a neurological and developmental disorder which begins early in childhood and lasts throughout...

 
 
 
Researchers Pinpoint Toxic Protein Caused by ALS Gene

RESEARCHERS PINPOINT TOXIC PROTEIN CAUSED BY ALS GENE

Neuroscientists on Mayo Clinic's campus in Florida have found an aberrant protein is a key toxic culprit in the most prevalent form...

Interrater and Test-Retest Reliability and Minimal Detectable Change of the Balance Evaluation Systems Test and Subsystems With Community-Dwelling Older Adults

INTERRATER AND TEST-RETEST RELIABILITY AND MINIMAL DETECTABLE CHANGE OF THE BALANCE EVALUATION SYSTEMS TEST AND SUBSYSTEMS WITH COMMUNITY-DWELLING OLDER ADULTS

Background and Purpose: Falls are a common cause of injuries and hospital admissions in older adults. Balance limitation is a potentially...

 
 
 
Type 2 diabetics face a 32% higher risk of developing Parkinson's in old age

TYPE 2 DIABETICS FACE A 32% HIGHER RISK OF DEVELOPING PARKINSON'S IN OLD AGE

Professor Tom Warner, from the Neurology Institute at University College London, who led the study, said it was most comprehensive...

Outcome of Benign Acute Childhood Myositis: The Experience of 2 Large Tertiary Care Pediatric Hospitals

OUTCOME OF BENIGN ACUTE CHILDHOOD MYOSITIS: THE EXPERIENCE OF 2 LARGE TERTIARY CARE PEDIATRIC HOSPITALS

Objective The aims of the study were to determine the evolution of benign acute childhood myositis in children and to assess the relationship...

 
 
 
Sleep and Alzheimer's - Are They Related?

SLEEP AND ALZHEIMER'S - ARE THEY RELATED?

New research from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, published in the journal Neurology, has found a link that suggests sleeping...

Full-Length HIV Sequences Reveal Distinction Between Viruses in Brain, Other Tissue

FULL-LENGTH HIV SEQUENCES REVEAL DISTINCTION BETWEEN VIRUSES IN BRAIN, OTHER TISSUE

Photo by C. Goldsmith Scientists have made important inroads in understanding why patients with HIV develop neurological disorders...

 
 
 
Bloom Science Plans to Advance Microbial Treatment for Epilepsy

BLOOM SCIENCE PLANS TO ADVANCE MICROBIAL TREATMENT FOR EPILEPSY

Bloom Science , a biotech founded to advance a new class of microbe-based therapeutics for neurological disorders, is making its debut...

Micromagnetic Stimulation of the Mouse Auditory Cortex In Vivo Using an Implantable Solenoid System

MICROMAGNETIC STIMULATION OF THE MOUSE AUDITORY CORTEX IN VIVO USING AN IMPLANTABLE SOLENOID SYSTEM

Electromagnetic stimulation is widely used to activate the peripheral and central nervous system and treat neurological disorders....

 
 
 
Artificial Intelligence Can Detect Stroke and Dementia Risk

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE CAN DETECT STROKE AND DEMENTIA RISK

Developing new software using artificial intelligence can help detect and measure the severity of small vessel disease which is a neurological...

Assessment of Recovery Following Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury

ASSESSMENT OF RECOVERY FOLLOWING PEDIATRIC TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY

Objectives: We analyzed a prospective database of pediatric traumatic brain injury patients to identify predictors of outcome and describe...

 
 
 
Music improves your brain: Study finds musicians are better at solving problems and making decisions

MUSIC IMPROVES YOUR BRAIN: STUDY FINDS MUSICIANS ARE BETTER AT SOLVING PROBLEMS AND MAKING DECISIONS

Music has charms to soothe the savage beast, so wrote the playwright-poet William Congreve. Science has shown that music can also heal...

NEUROLOGY ALL NON-INTERVENTIONAL SUB-SPECIALTIES CONSIDERED 16-BED NEURO-MEDICAL UNIT 27-BED NEUROSURGICAL UNIT 4-BED NEURO-PROGRESSIVE CARE UNIT CLINIC IS ATTACHED TO HOSPITAL INTERVENTIONAL

All Non-Interventional Sub-Specialties Considered 16-bed neuro-medical unit 27-bed neurosurgical unit 4-bed neuro-progressive care...

 
 
 
According to a Trainer, This Common Training Mistake Will Cost You Major Pounds

ACCORDING TO A TRAINER, THIS COMMON TRAINING MISTAKE WILL COST YOU MAJOR POUNDS

By now we should all know that exercise and a diet that consists of whole, minimally processed foods are instrumental to any weight-loss...

IDENTIFICATION OF STRUCTURE-STABILIZING INTERACTIONS IN ENZYMES: A NOVEL MECHANISM TO IMPACT ENZYME ACTIVITY

Abstract Cruzain, a cysteine protease in the cathepsin family, is pivotal to the life-cycle of Trypanosoma cruzi , the etiological...