Neurology News

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11/12/2007
ADHD Delays Growth of Certain Brain Areas

But affected children do catch up over time, researchers add

11/8/2007
Brain Yields Clues to False Memories

People can 'recall' something that never happened, experts say

11/8/2007
Fish Really May Be Brain Food

3 studies suggest regular consumption boosts thinking

11/7/2007
Heart Defects Can Delay Baby's Brain Development

Corrective cardiac surgery is not to blame, study suggests

11/7/2007
Caffeine Therapy Boosts Preemies' Outcomes

It cut their risk for neurodevelopmental trouble, researchers say

11/6/2007
Nicotine Plus Alcohol Makes Quitting Tougher

The two habits work together to maintain addiction, study suggests

10/31/2007
Scientists Spot Brain Center for 'Out-of-Body' Experience

Systems coordinating the sense of self may break down, the researchers say

10/31/2007
Stem Cells Restore Memory in Mice

Experiments point to ways to treat injury, stroke and even Alzheimer's, experts say

10/29/2007
Certain Seizure Patients Need Emergency CT Scan

ER staff should focus on those with first-ever attack, babies, and people with AIDS, guideline says

10/26/2007
Natural Protein May Hurt Vision

High homocysteine levels already linked to heart, brain trouble, experts say

10/26/2007
Exercise Helps Overweight Youngsters Learn

It boosts the mind and the body, study shows

10/25/2007
Brain Region Tied to Amphetamine Addiction

When the insula was switched off, rats lost the craving, scientists say

10/25/2007
Brain's 'Reward Chemical' May Help Spur Obesity

Fewer dopamine receptors on cells could prompt overeating, study suggests

10/24/2007
Smoking Dulls Taste for Sweets

The effect deepens over time, researchers add

10/24/2007
Body's Clock Never Adjusts to Daylight Saving Time

You can't fool Mother Nature, experts say

10/22/2007
Sleepless Nights Make for Grumpier Brains

Mind's emotion centers less controlled when weary, MRI study shows

10/19/2007
Secondhand Smoke Hurts Kids' Grades

Teens exposed to fumes at home less likely to pass exams, research shows

10/18/2007
Tooth Troubles Could Raise Dementia Risk

Fewer teeth in old age linked to mental woes, study finds

10/17/2007
Antiviral Won't Improve Bell's Palsy Outcome

Cheap, standard treatment best against the facial paralysis, study finds

10/17/2007
Genes Might Help Drive Overeating

DNA-based brain chemical changes mean more food is needed, study suggests

10/16/2007
Lamotrigine May Reduce Epilepsy Seizures

Adding it to existing regimen may help, researchers say

10/15/2007
Blood Test Might Spot Alzheimer's Early

18 proteins ID at-risk patients years before clinical diagnosis, scientists say

10/12/2007
Familial MS May Be More Destructive

Brain scans reveal more damage compared to sporadic cases

10/11/2007
Scientists Spot Eyes' Motion Sensors

Tough-to-detect cells do the job, physicists say

10/10/2007
Antibody Helps Repair MS Nerve Damage

Promising results in mice need to be repeated in humans, experts say

10/9/2007
Molecule Promising Against Huntington's Disease

C2-8 battles the brain illness, mouse study shows

10/9/2007
Speedy 'Mini-Stroke' Care Pays Off

It cut odds of a later, major stroke by 80%, researchers say

10/5/2007
No Link Between Amateur Boxing, Long-Term Brain Damage

Review of 36 studies finds no good evidence of an association

10/4/2007
Largest Study of U.S. Children Readies for Launch

22 new centers now added, first participants set to join next year, officials say

10/3/2007
Alzheimer's Drug Won't Ease Patients' Agitation

But Aricept may help stave off cognitive decline, researchers say

10/3/2007
Rat Study Gets at Root of Nicotine Addiction

Blocking a brain cell receptor might help smokers quit, researchers say

10/2/2007
Toy Blocks Might Boost Toddlers' Language Skills

'Imaginative learning' play may help, study suggests

10/1/2007
Conscientious People Less Prone to Alzheimer's

Living up to your responsibilities may protect brain, study suggests

9/28/2007
Brain 'Switch' Helps Doctors Deal With Patients' Pain

Area that helps them appreciate another's discomfort shuts down, study finds

9/26/2007
Kids' Vaccine Ingredient Not Likely Linked to Neurological Problems

CDC study finds no clear association between thimerosal, mental woes

9/26/2007
Music Training Helps Gets People Talking

It affects brain to enhance verbal skills, study finds

9/25/2007
Brain Activity Might Point to Early Alzheimer's

In future, quick diagnoses should mean better treatment, experts say

9/21/2007
ADHD Drugs Help Boost Children's Grades

Study finds better reading, less absenteeism with long-term treatment

9/20/2007
Brain Defect Helps Drive Fragile X Syndrome

The condition is leading cause of inherited mental retardation

9/19/2007
Obesity Won't Affect Seniors' Memory

It is tied to increased Alzheimer's risk, however, researchers say

9/13/2007
Tweaking Genes Could Extend ALS Survival

Mouse study suggests new targets to treat the brain disease

9/13/2007
Falling Platelet Counts May Signal HIV-Linked Dementia

Study finds a strong correlation, with risk doubling as blood cells decline

9/13/2007
Stopping Tysabri May Worsen MS

Small study finds increase in disease-linked brain lesions

9/12/2007
Imaging Software Helps Track, Treat Injured Brains

It could aid children in crucial days after trauma, developers say

9/11/2007
Schizophrenia Gene May Have On/Off Switch

Mouse study suggests new target for treatment, reseachers say

9/10/2007
Mediterranean Diet May Boost Alzheimer's Survival

Patients eating most greens, grains, olive oil lived 4 years longer, study found

9/5/2007
Alzheimer's Patients May Suffer 'Silent' Seizures

Mice with similar ailment experienced these subtle attacks, scientists say

9/4/2007
Excessive TV Spurs Attention Trouble in Kids

But the new study is at odds with much of the previous research, experts say

8/23/2007
Experiments Get Close to 'Out-of-Body' Experience

Using virtual reality, volunteers mimicked the near-death phenomenon

8/23/2007
Scientists Spot Brain's 'Free Will' Center

It helps people refrain from actions good and bad, experts say