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Minor infections appear to have a strong, but short-lived, effect on pediatric stroke risk, according to a study published online Aug. 20 in Neurology .
Using telecommunications to connect stroke experts to stroke patients in rural areas continued to improve and sustain stroke care, according to new research in the American Heart Association's journal Stroke .
People all over the country have taken part in the ice bucket challenge to bring awareness to Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis or ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's Disease.
"Stay calm and carry on," is a lovely saying, but it isn't always easy especially this time of year.
Physicians and APRNs at Neurology Consultants of Kansas take part in the Ice Bucket Challenge.
In an article appearing online today in the journal Science , a group of researchers, including University of Rochester neurologist Steve Goldman, M.D., Ph.D., review the potential and challenges facing the scientific community as therapies involving stem cells move closer to reality.
MS affects 2.5 million persons worldwide, including more than 400,000 Americans, and is the most common disabling neurologic disease of young adults.
A new study suggests that colds and other minor infections may temporarily increase stroke risk in children.
Micrograph showing cortical pseudolaminar necrosis, a finding seen in strokes on medical imaging and at autopsy.
Today KLBB is doing what we are calling the "Pre-Plunge" by taking the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
As part of "Drowsy Driving Awareness Week," Ogden Clinic neurologist Chris Hammond and volunteers showed news media Tuesday how lack of sleep affects brain wave activity and makes it dangerous to drive.
A week doesn't go by that neurologist Glenn Mackin doesn't diagnose someone with ALS.
GHS Neurologists answer a few questions and then accept the ALS ice bucket challenge from students at the USC School of Medicine in Greenville before passing on their own challenge.
Dr. Robert Pascuzzi, IU neurologist and ALS researcher, took the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Tuesday, August 19, 2014, afternoon as his patients and co-worker doused him with ice water.
Ice Bucket Challenge: Does it help battle ALS or is it all wet? A growing charitable phenomenon, the Ice Bucket Challenge, is raising questions about the effectiveness of social media activism.
Penn State Hershey neurologist Dr. Zachary Simmons says the disease damages cells called motor neurons in the brain and spinal cord.
Updated: Fri Aug 22, 2014 06:44 am
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