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Researchers find a link between oral bacteria and brain abscesses

Researchers find a link between oral bacteria and brain abscesses

New research has shown that bacteria known to cause oral infections can lead to life-threatening brain abscesses.  A study from researchers at the University of...
Treating cognitive decline after cholestatic liver disease

Treating cognitive decline after cholestatic liver disease

Patients with cholestatic liver disease may develop neurological symptoms including fatigue and cognitive decline, for which there is currently no cure.  Cholestatic liver diseases such...
Researchers identify three new subtypes of brain cancer

Researchers identify three new subtypes of brain cancer

Three new subtypes of brain cancer have been discovered by researchers from RCSI University of Medicine and Health Sciences in Dublin.   The new subtypes of...
A new biomarker for detecting glymphatic system insufficiency

A new biomarker for detecting glymphatic system insufficiency

Malfunctions in the glymphatic system can be detected via wasteosomes according to new research from the University of Barcelona.   According to the study, wasteosomes —...
Microglial activation can slow Alzheimer’s progression

Microglial activation can slow Alzheimer’s progression

Microglia immune cells in the brain can slow down Alzheimer’s progression, according to research from Lund University.   Microglia cells can be found in the central...
Symptoms of delirium during a stoke could point to worse outcomes

Symptoms of delirium during a stroke could point to worse outcomes

Stroke patients who experience symptoms of delirium during a stroke could be more vulnerable to long-term cognitive and psychiatric difficulties. Around 9,000 people are admitted...
Keyword: Brain tumour Making brain tumour surgery safer with quantum sensors

Making brain tumour surgery safer with quantum sensors 

Researchers from Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (JGU) and the Helmholtz Institute Mainz (HIM) have been developing new technology to make brain tumour surgery safer.  Removing...
How the effects of dopamine change after aversive events

How the effects of dopamine change after aversive events

A new study from the Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience has examined the effects of dopamine after aversive and unpleasant events. The effects of dopamine on...
Light physical activity can reduce brain haemorrhage symptoms

Light physical activity can reduce brain haemorrhage symptoms 

Four hours of light physical activity can reduce the symptoms of intracerebral brain haemorrhage, according to research from the University of Gothenburg.   Intracerebral brain...
Clinical guidelines for SYS have been released

Clinical guidelines for Schaaf-yang syndrome have been released 

The first clinical guidelines on the ultra-rare disease, Schaaf-yang syndrome, have been released, aiming to improve knowledge and treatment of the condition.   The guidelines are...
Neurostimulation shows promise as a dysphagia treatment

Neurostimulation shows promise as a dysphagia treatment

A new study by the University of Manchester has found three types of neurostimulation that could help people with dysphagia. Dysphagia is the medical term...
Large scale genetic study into the causes of stammering is to be launched

Large scale genetic study into the causes of stammering is to be launched

A study of 1500 adults and children in the United Kingdom will aim to boost understanding of the genetic causes of stammering. The study will...
Understanding the neurological symptoms associated with COVID-19

Understanding the neurological symptoms associated with COVID-19

New research from King’s College London may have uncovered the reason why people experienced negative neurological symptoms after contracting COVID-19. During a recent study, researchers...
New marker found that may improve the treatment of ALS disease

New marker found that may improve the treatment of ALS disease 

Researchers have identified a new method for predicting clinical outcomes for patients with ALS disease through magnetoencephalography.   The study by the Human Brain Project has...
Adults with ADHD may have an elevated risk of cardiovascular diseases

Adults with ADHD may have an elevated risk of cardiovascular diseases

Adults with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are at higher risk of developing cardiovascular diseases than those who do not have the condition, according to research...
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Meeting of minds: Advancing research into neurological disease diagnosis and treatment

In this insightful eBook about innovation in neurological diseases, NervGen joins forces with Jean-Charles Lambert, PhD, from Institut Pasteur de Lille, INSERM and Professor...
A ground-breaking discovery could eradicate glioblastoma

A ground-breaking discovery could eradicate glioblastoma 

A new study from Tel Aviv University has effectively eradicated glioblastoma, a highly lethal form of brain cancer.   The researchers achieved this ground-breaking discovery by...
Link found between Circadian rhythm disorder and mental illness

Link found between Circadian rhythm disorder and mental illness  

Circadian rhythm disorder has been found to be associated with anxiety, autism, schizophrenia, and Tourette syndrome, as well as most other mental disorders.   A team...
Researchers identify link between disrupted enzyme and intellectual disability

Researchers identify link between disrupted enzyme and intellectual disability

A new study from the University of Tokyo and the University of Nagoya shows how a rare genetic mutation can lead to intellectual disability. It...
Traumatic brain injury in children linked to learning difficulties

Traumatic brain injury in children linked to learning difficulties

A new study finds that traumatic brain injury may reduce brain size and cause learning difficulties in children and teenagers. Traumatic brain injury is an...

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