The American Academy of Neurology has released an updated list of guidelines with regards to the proper use of Botox or botulinum toxin (BTX).
Paralysis is something that anyone will not want to fall into, a state which takes away the ability to move one’s extremities. Such occurs only in extremes when a person incurs some sort of freakish spinal injury and many have seen a lot go through it.
Eating lots of protein may help lower the risk of stroke, according to a new study. New research reveals that people who eat more protein, especially in the form of fish, are less likely to suffer stroke than those with diets lower in protein.
Cynics are more likely to develop dementia, a new study suggests.
Brain scans can be used to predict Alzheimer's disease decades before debilitating symptoms appear in children of dementia patients.
Strokes wreck women's lives more than men, according to a new study on quality of life.
Vitamin D supplements may slow the progression of multiple sclerosis, according to a new study.
Brain injuries may put people at risk of Alzheimer's disease, according to a new study.
Suffering a stroke may shave three to five quality years off your life, according to new research.
Fish and nuts may not actually improve cognition, according to a new study.
Taking vitamin B supplements may help prevent stroke, according to a new study.
Obesity may increase a person's risk of getting migraines. Researchers found that people who get occasional migraines are more likely to be obese than people who do not have migraines.
Vigorous exercise in early adulthood may help prevent the development of epilepsy later in life for men, according to a new study.
Previous research found that people with smaller brains were more likely to suffer migraines and depression. Now a new study reveals that migraines themselves may be responsible for the smaller brains in sufferers.
Flying at high altitudes may put pilots at risk of brain lesions, a new study suggests.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.