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Size of air pollution particles may affect a person's risk of dying from stroke, study finds

Size of air pollution particles may affect a person's risk of dying from stroke, study finds

Seven healthy habits may lower the risk of dementia in people with high genetic risk

Seven healthy habits may lower the risk of dementia in people with high genetic risk

Study sheds light on the molecular biology behind genetic epilepsy

Study sheds light on the molecular biology behind genetic epilepsy

Neuroscientists pinpoint brain mechanism responsible for common type of age-related memory loss

Neuroscientists pinpoint brain mechanism responsible for common type of age-related memory loss

Pioneering study could transform the treatment landscape for babies with infantile spasms

Pioneering study could transform the treatment landscape for babies with infantile spasms

Epilepsy drug inhibits the growth of NF1 tumors in mice

Epilepsy drug inhibits the growth of NF1 tumors in mice

Study supports the use of age-specific risk prediction scores for dementia

Study supports the use of age-specific risk prediction scores for dementia

Novel network analysis technology can pinpoint seizure originating brain regions in minutes

Novel network analysis technology can pinpoint seizure originating brain regions in minutes

Maternal antidepressant use during pregnancy does not increase epilepsy risk in babies

Maternal antidepressant use during pregnancy does not increase epilepsy risk in babies

Postnatal gene therapy may be able to prevent or reverse deadly effects of Pitt-Hopkins syndrome

Postnatal gene therapy may be able to prevent or reverse deadly effects of Pitt-Hopkins syndrome

Inversions in the human genome found to be more common than previously thought

Inversions in the human genome found to be more common than previously thought

Insight into Neurological Diagnosis in Children

Insight into Neurological Diagnosis in Children

New insights into the cellular and molecular mechanisms of absence seizures

New insights into the cellular and molecular mechanisms of absence seizures

People with highest levels of antioxidants less likely to develop dementia, finds study

People with highest levels of antioxidants less likely to develop dementia, finds study

Tufts scientists discover a previously unknown function performed by astrocytes

Tufts scientists discover a previously unknown function performed by astrocytes

The added value of adequate immune fitness to the existing approaches to pandemic preparedness

The added value of adequate immune fitness to the existing approaches to pandemic preparedness

New insights could lead to better treatments for Dravet syndrome and related conditions

New insights could lead to better treatments for Dravet syndrome and related conditions

Study examines whether having MS plays a role in regular cancer screenings and diagnosis

Study examines whether having MS plays a role in regular cancer screenings and diagnosis

Prevalence of multiple sclerosis in Black and white people is similarly high, study says

Prevalence of multiple sclerosis in Black and white people is similarly high, study says

Imaging salt levels in tumors could help diagnose and monitor breast cancer

Imaging salt levels in tumors could help diagnose and monitor breast cancer