Neurology

What is Neurology?

Neurology is a branch of medical science that is concerned with disorders and diseases of the nervous system. The term neurology comes from a combination of two words - "neuron" meaning nerve and "logia" meaning "the study of".

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Existing cancer drug shows promise in blocking alpha-synuclein spread in Parkinson's mice

Existing cancer drug shows promise in blocking alpha-synuclein spread in Parkinson's mice

New research explores maternal influence on brain biomarkers

New research explores maternal influence on brain biomarkers

Blood-based biomarkers could revolutionize Alzheimer's diagnosis and treatment

Blood-based biomarkers could revolutionize Alzheimer's diagnosis and treatment

Multiple head injuries significantly raise ischemic stroke risk, research shows

Multiple head injuries significantly raise ischemic stroke risk, research shows

Prolonged depression in young adults linked to cognitive decline in middle age

Prolonged depression in young adults linked to cognitive decline in middle age

Low-birth-weight deliveries linked to cognitive decline in later life

Low-birth-weight deliveries linked to cognitive decline in later life

Integration of genomics, epigenomics, and transcriptomics in understanding Alzheimer's pathogenesis

Integration of genomics, epigenomics, and transcriptomics in understanding Alzheimer's pathogenesis

Few UK Alzheimer's patients suitable for new disease-modifying drugs, study finds

Few UK Alzheimer's patients suitable for new disease-modifying drugs, study finds

New algorithm enhances deep brain stimulation for Parkinson's by targeting specific symptoms

New algorithm enhances deep brain stimulation for Parkinson's by targeting specific symptoms

Access to neurologist care linked to better ALS patient survival and quality of life

Access to neurologist care linked to better ALS patient survival and quality of life

Overweight, obesity in adolescence and early adulthood linked to increased stroke risk in women

Overweight, obesity in adolescence and early adulthood linked to increased stroke risk in women

New method provides a more accurate way to predict dementia up to nine years before diagnosis

New method provides a more accurate way to predict dementia up to nine years before diagnosis

Common drugs linked to reduced risk of bleeding stroke from brain aneurysm

Common drugs linked to reduced risk of bleeding stroke from brain aneurysm

Stanford study reveals link between adaptive myelination and drug addiction

Stanford study reveals link between adaptive myelination and drug addiction

5-Cog paradigm: A breakthrough in dementia diagnosis and care

5-Cog paradigm: A breakthrough in dementia diagnosis and care

Low-dose aspirin can reduce inflammatory responses to sleep restriction

Low-dose aspirin can reduce inflammatory responses to sleep restriction

Chronic caffeine intake may impact brain chemistry in Parkinson's disease

Chronic caffeine intake may impact brain chemistry in Parkinson's disease

Scientists locate the source of stuttering in the brain

Scientists locate the source of stuttering in the brain

Study: 13% of older adults diagnosed with traumatic brain injury

Study: 13% of older adults diagnosed with traumatic brain injury

Memory decline reported by patients and partners may signal early Alzheimer's changes

Memory decline reported by patients and partners may signal early Alzheimer's changes

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