Aerobic exercise not only improves cardiorespiratory fitness in patients with stroke but also may have a beneficial effect on neuroplasticity and improve motor recovery.
The results of a new study indicate that a simple self-management intervention may improve patients’ cognitive performance.
Screening for and then treating obstructive sleep apnea may help improve seizure control in epilepsy, a new study shows.
Patients who have blockages in the carotid arteries are at risk not only for stroke but possibly for cognitive impairment as well.
Studies of the first specific mechanism-based treatments may harken a new era of prevention.
Measuring cerebrospinal fluid biomarkers may help determine the amount of a patient’s brain damage and complement clinical assessments.
The test may identify which patients have a high or a low predisposition for pain perception, according to the results of a new study.
The death rate appears to be higher in these persons than in those who are cognitively normal.
Oral and spray forms of medical marijuana can help treat some symptoms, according to a systematic review from the American Academy of Neurology.
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