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Thursday 13th December 2018

Is a Healthy Diet and Exercise Important for Delaying Progression of PD?

The progression of Parkinson disease and response to medication varies widely across individuals, which can make the prediction of disease course challenging.

5 Qs on Vaccines and Guillain-Barre Syndrome

What is the most common risk factor for Guillain-Barré Syndrome? Plus 4 other quick questions to test your knowledge. 

Tuesday 11th December 2018

Neurology Times’ Top 11 Clinical Articles of 2018

Presenting our year in review, a collection by experts in their respective fields of brain injury, MS, concussion, epilepsy, migraine, and more.

Vestibular Migraine: Diagnostic Criteria and Evaluation

If you suspect vestibular migraine, you’re not alone. One in 10 patients receive the diagnosis, which often is often confused with other conditions.

Case Report: Pseudoseizures or Malingering?

A middle-aged man explains that his seizures occur almost daily, and he suggests that either diazepam or the recently approved cannabis (CBD) medication would help control them.

Monday 10th December 2018

Food, Fuel, and Memory Loss in Men

Long-term consumption of fruits and vegetables may be associated with a lower risk of memory loss over time in men.

Thursday 6th December 2018

When It Comes to Sleep, Perception Is Everything

It turns out that sleep deprivation has an effect not only on the traditional concept of “beauty,” but also on whether a person is perceived as being socially desirable.

Wednesday 5th December 2018

Light Holiday Reading: 3 Migraine Studies

New research provides insights into migraine with visual aura, cognitive behavioral therapy, and the genetic basis of pediatric migraine.

Tuesday 4th December 2018

Racial Differences in Stroke Recurrence and Fatality

Over 128,000 patients having an ischemic stroke were included in a recent analysis. Here's what researchers found.

Friday 30th November 2018

Pediatric Concussion: Current Trends and New Frontiers

Experts provide new insights about the challenges of concussion care for pediatric patients, including management, diagnosis, and return to a normal lifestyle.

Wednesday 28th November 2018

Case Study: True Headache or Drug-Seeking New Mom?

A 20-year-old woman had a Caesarian section at 39 weeks. She had a history of migraine, but this headache was different. Her request for “something really strong” for the pain was cause for concern.

Monday 26th November 2018

Cognitive Decline in Amyloid-Negative Adults

Can amyloid accumulation predict a decline in episodic memory over time?

Monday 19th November 2018

Case Report: Headache Pain Resistant to Pharmacologic Treatment

An increased risk of this condition in patients with migraine headaches has recently been recognized.

Quiz: Drug-Induced Parkinsonism

Does the atypical antipsychotic clozapine carry high risk for the development of drug-induced parkinsonism? What are DSM-5 criteria for the diagnosis of neuroleptic-induced parkinsonism? These questions and more in our quiz.

Friday 16th November 2018

Case Report: Woman With Wide Gait and Loss of Balance

A 32-year-old woman presents with common symptoms that made up a rare diagnosis never seen by the neurologist in a decades-long career.

Wednesday 14th November 2018

5 Qs on the Treatment of Trigeminal Neuralgia

How much do you know about trigeminal neuralgia? Find out with this quick, 5-question quiz. 

Thursday 8th November 2018

Neurobiological Effects of Synchronized Sleeping

The need to nap for long stretches may be a reflection of an underlying health problem.

Tuesday 6th November 2018

Young Woman With Difficult-to-Treat Chronic Migraine: How Would You Advise Her?

Your new patient is a 16-year-old high school student who received a diagnosis of chronic migraine two years ago. She has recently become sexually active. How would you counsel this patient?

New Type of Chronic Daily Headache in Older Women?

This case series appears to identify a new subtype of chronic daily headache in overweight/obese women in their fifties and sixties.

Monday 5th November 2018

Case Report: Sudden Mutism

Could 20 years of treatment for migraine have prompted a spontaneous absence of speech after this patient stopped taking her medication?

Thursday 1st November 2018

Neurology Comic: How Do I Change My Genes?

I have Huntington disease in my family. How do I change my genes?

Hypokalemia, Paralysis, Myalgia, and Tea-colored Urine: What’s the Diagnosis?

A patient presented to the hospital with sudden-onset flaccid muscle weakness. Her family history was notable for sudden cardiac death of unknown etiology.

Wednesday 31st October 2018

When Your Patients Have Recurrent Dreams

People of all ages occasionally report recurrent dreams, and there is an established association between negative dreams and daytime anxiety or worries. While disturbing dreams and terrifying or intense nightmares may be associated with serious daytime fears, anxiety disorders, or PTSD, negative dreams or dreams that could be described as mild nightmares are far more commonly reported. These types...

Tuesday 30th October 2018

Burden of Neurological Disease in the Elderly

Striking findings are a call for public policy and research initiatives for aging populations with neurologic conditions.

Friday 26th October 2018

Can CoQ10 Benefit Primary Periodic Paralysis?

Some studies have suggested that, over the long-term, CoQ10 may increase type 2 muscle fibers, which are sometimes atrophied in individuals with PPP.

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