Neurology

Consider Vitamin D in Alzheimer's Prevention and Management

1 day ago   |   Medscape

Dr Richard Isaacson on vitamin D supplementation's possible role in combating Alzheimer's dementia. Medscape Neurology
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CBD Oil and MS: Is Cannabis Oil a Miracle for Multiple Sclerosis?

2 days ago   |   HMHB

CBD - short for cannabidiol - has a long list of well-documented health benefits. People use CBD oil to improve general well-being and to alleviate a wide range of symptoms...
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Reply-Letter to the Editor ESPEN Guideline clinical nutrition in neurology

3 days ago   |   Clinical Nutrition


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Baby who suffered brain bleed is being hailed a 'miracle' after doctors gave him hours to live 

Baby who suffered brain bleed is being hailed a 'miracle' after doctors gave him hours to live 

4 days ago   |   Daily Mail

Carson Coyle, 8 months, of New Orleans, Louisiana, was born with a brain bleed and indications of severe neurological damage that doctors say meant he likely wouldn't survive...
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Non-coding enhancer DNA may be key for identifying genetic risk in neurological conditions

5 days ago   |   News Medical

One might think that the primary cause of most genetically linked diseases comes from mutations in coding DNA - alterations in coding regions of the genome that can lead...
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Study finds sex differences in treatment and outcome after stroke

5 days ago   |   News Medical   |   3 articles

Women are more likely to survive a stroke, but have worse disability and poorer quality of life afterwards compared to men, according to research published in the latest issue...
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A novel training simulator for portable ultrasound identification of incorrect newborn endotracheal tube placement - observational diagnostic accuracy study protocol

6 days ago   |   BMC

Endotracheal tube placement is a critical procedure for newborns that are unable to breathe. Inadvertent esophageal intubation can lead to oxygen deprivation and consequent...
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The arts could benefit health finds landmark WHO report

6 days ago   |   News Medical   |   4 articles

The World Health Organization has published a Health Evidence Synthesis report this week that has gathered evidence from a wide range of studies showing arts being beneficial...
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Environmental Contamination Linked to Neurologic Disorders

7 days ago   |   Medscape

Contaminants in air, water, and food are linked directly or epidemiologically to neurologic diseases and neurodevelopmental disorders. Nanoparticle solids and endocrine...
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Physician-Turned-Counselor Helps Docs Overcome Career Anxiety

7 days ago   |   Medscape

Dr Andrew Wilner speaks with career counselor Dr Heather Fork on how physicians can deal with stress at all stages of their careers. Medscape Neurology
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Thousands could be saved from sepsis after major trial of monitoring system...

Thousands could be saved from sepsis after major trial of monitoring system is 'success'

Three leading NHS hospitals have pioneered technology which monitors patients' vital signs and automatically triggers an alert to doctors if sepsis is suspected. Read more ...

What Happened to People With Half a Brain Removed

What Happened to People With Half a Brain Removed

Is it even conceivable that a person be normal with just half a brain? A new analysis assessed brain health among six adults who had undergone a hemispherectomy as children. Read more ...

New Type of Drug Might Ease Migraines

New Type of Drug Might Ease Migraines

Migraine sufferers who cannot get relief from existing medications may soon have a novel treatment option, a new trial suggests. Read more ...

Keto isn't just for weight loss, research suggests the diet could also...

Keto isn't just for weight loss, research suggests the diet could also protect against flu

A new study found that the high-fat, low-carb diet activates the release of immune system cells that trap the virus before it spreads. Read more ...

Higher maternal lutein intake linked to better child behavior: Study

Higher maternal lutein intake linked to better child behavior: Study

Higher intakes of lutein during pregnancy are associated with better behavior regulation in the children at mid-childhood, suggests a new study from Tufts University and... Read more ...

Using cannabis every day can help people manage chronic pain and reduce...

Using cannabis every day can help people manage chronic pain and reduce illicit opioid use

A new study from the British Columbia Centre on Substance Use has found that daily cannabis users were 50% less likely to use illicit opioids, such as heroin, to manage their... Read more ...

I Love This Intense 10-Minute Ab Workout Because I Don't Need to Get Off the...

I Love This Intense 10-Minute Ab Workout Because I Don't Need to Get Off the Floor!

A strong core isn't just about looking lean. I need it to run fast, lift heavy, and effortlessly hold a handstand. This is the 10-minute ab workout I've been doing a few nights... Read more ...

Cottage cheese recalled over fears it contains bits of plastic

Cottage cheese recalled over fears it contains bits of plastic

A consumer reported finding a small bit of what looked like red plastic in their cup of cottage cheese. Five more people reported the same but no injuries have occurred... Read more ...

US anal cancer diagnoses and death rates have DOUBLED in last 15 years

US anal cancer diagnoses and death rates have DOUBLED in last 15 years

A little over half of US teens are up-to-date on HPV vaccinations that prevent 90% of anal cancer cases, but rates are rising among older Americans University of Texas... Read more ...

Most Parents Struggle to Spot Depression in Teens

Most Parents Struggle to Spot Depression in Teens

The nationwide poll of 819 parents with at least one child in middle school, junior high or high school found that while one-third were confident they could detect depression... Read more ...