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ALS, Dementia, Plaque, Neurodegenative Disease

SLU Researcher Hones in on Plaque-Causing Protein in ALS and Dementia

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Saint Louis University scientist Yuna Ayala, Ph.D., and her research team have made advances in understanding how damaging plaques build up in neurodegenerative illnesses like ALS and dementia.

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Glioblastoma, Brain Cancer, Malaria, Chloroquine, University Of Colorado Cancer Center, jean mulcahy-levy

Malaria Drug Successfully Treats 26-Year-Old Brain Cancer Patient

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Small trial uses chloroquine to nix the process of "autophagy" that some cancer cells use to resist treatment, resensitzing glioblastoma to targeted therapy

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Post Traumatic Stress, brain wave technology

Reduction of Post -Traumatic Stress Symptoms Associated with Non-Invasive Neurotechnology

A closed-loop acoustic stimulation brainwave technology significantly reduced symptoms in people suffering from post-traumatic stress in a small pilot study conducted at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center. The study is published in the April 19 online edition of the journal BMC Psychiatry.

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Wake Forest University, Research, beet juice, Nitric Oxide, Blood Pressure, Health Benefits

With Beetroot Juice Before Exercise, Aging Brains Look ‘Younger’

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Drinking a beetroot juice supplement before working out makes the brain of older adults perform more efficiently, mirroring the operations of a younger brain, according to a new study by scientists at Wake Forest University.

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Zambia, Africa, Neurology, Rush University Medical Center, Rush University, neuroinfectious disease, HIV, Global Health, Medical residencies, Neuroimmunology, Igor Koralnik

Neurology Residents from Rush Will Bring Care to Zambia, Sharpened Clinical Skills Back to America

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Starting in the 2017-18 school year, two Rush neurology residents will complete a one-month rotation in Zambia, Africa, each year as part of a new elective rotation run by Dr. Igor Koralnik, chairperson of the Department of Neurological Sciences at Rush Medical College and chief of the Section of Neuroinfectious Diseases.

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cranial base tumors, Acoustic Neuromas, vestibular schwannoma, chondromas

Two Surgeons Team Up to Remove 2,000 Cranial Base Tumors

In one of the nation’s longest and most successful surgical partnerships, Loyola Medicine neurosurgeon Douglas Anderson, MD, and otologic surgeon John Leonetti, MD, have worked together to remove nearly 2,000 cranial base tumors during the past 30 years.

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Cannabis-Based Medicine May Cut Seizures in Half for Those with Tough-to-Treat Epilepsy

Taking cannabidiol may cut seizures in half for some children and adults with Lennox-Gastaut syndrome (LGS), a severe form of epilepsy, according to new information released today from a large scale controlled clinical study that will be presented at the American Academy of Neurology’s 69th Annual Meeting in Boston, April 22 to 28, 2017. Cannabidiol is a molecule from the cannabis plant that does not have the psychoactive properties that create a “high.”

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Attention Deficit And Hyperactivity Disorder, ADHD, Autism, Pregnancy, Antidepressants, Antidepressant complications, prenatal development, Low Birth Weight, premature birth parenting, Drug Safety

Antidepressant Use in Early Pregnancy Does Not Increase Risk of Autism, ADHD in Kids, Study Finds

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A study reported April 18 in the journal of the American Medical Association led by Indiana University suggests that mothers’ use of antidepressants during early pregnancy does not increase the risk of their children developing autism or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, conditions previously associated with these medications.

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Sleep Apnea, Sleep Patterns, Brain Injuries, TBI patients, Ut Southwestern

Study: Can Wrist Devices Detect Sleep Apnea with Lab Precision?

Researchers from the Peter O’Donnell Jr. Brain Institute will participate in a national study to determine whether medical devices used in the home can diagnose sleep apnea that often develops after traumatic brain injuries (TBI).

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Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, Mount Sinai Health System, Thermogenesis

New Study Suggests That Your Brain, Not Your White Blood Cells, Keeps You Warm

Researchers Reveal That the Sympathetic Nervous System, Not White Blood Cells, Are Critically Important in the Regulation of Energy Expenditure and Thermogenesis







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