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Large bone marrow cells may be responsible for COVID-19 brain fog

Large bone marrow cells may be responsible for COVID-19 brain fog

A team of researchers has found evidence that large bone marrow cells known as megakaryocytes may be responsible for COVID-19 induced brain fog. In severe...
'New era' for multiple sclerosis with £3.7m funding for research

‘New era’ for multiple sclerosis with £3.7m funding for research

The MS Society has awarded a grant of £3.7m to two UK ‘Centres of Excellence’ as part of its fight to stop multiple sclerosis...
the origins of Parkinson's disease

Vital steps towards understanding the origins of Parkinson’s disease

Scientists have made a crucial step towards understanding the origins of Parkinson’s disease by identifying the function of a key protein that kills the healthy brain cells of people with the neurological disorder.
Research shows one in five people with multiple sclerosis now under 30

Research shows one in five people with multiple sclerosis now under 30

New research from the MS Society has revealed that one in five people diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis are now under the age of 30. The...
subarachnoid haemorrhage

Subarachnoid haemorrhage fatality rate higher than previously thought

A Finnish study has found that subarachnoid haemorrhage, an apparently rare form of stroke, is a more common cause of death than previously thought. Subarachnoid...
treatment of neurological conditions

Scotland allocates £500,000 for treatment of neurological conditions

The government of Scotland has allocated nearly £500,000 in funding for 17 projects specialising in the treatment of neurological conditions. The investment, which totals £492,535,...
Prion disease: potential treatment discovered by researchers

Prion disease: potential treatment discovered by researchers

Researchers have discovered a possible effective treatment strategy for patients suffering from prion disease. The study, published in Nucleic Acids Research by Oxford University Press,...
New study demonstrates telehealth effectiveness for neurology patients

New study demonstrates telehealth effectiveness for neurology patients

A new study has found that telehealth will play an important role in clinical care beyond the COVID-19 pandemic, highlighting its effectiveness for aftercare...
Mindmore: digital neurocognitive testing to modernise healthcare

Mindmore: digital neurocognitive testing to modernise healthcare

Mindmore supports an accurate and objective diagnosis of cognitive function with digital neurocognitive testing. 50 million people worldwide have dementia, with nearly 10 million new...
Mutation discovery could lead to treatment for rare neurological disorder

Mutation discovery could lead to treatment for rare neurological disorder

A team of researchers have discovered a mutation in a protein that can cause a rare neurological disorder – leading to the identification of...
Alzheimer's disease trial links high amyloid levels with early stage disease

Alzheimer’s disease trial links high amyloid levels with early stage disease

Findings from a new trial have highlighted that higher levels of the amyloid protein in the brain represent an early stage of Alzheimer's disease. The...
New neurodegenerative brain disorder discovered in children

New neurodegenerative brain disorder discovered in children

A new study has uncovered a neurodegenerative brain disorder that can be experienced by children. A study has uncovered a new neurodegenerative disorder in which...
VR for multiple sclerosis: detecting balance problems early

VR for multiple sclerosis: detecting balance problems early

Researchers have created VR experiments that can help to detect balance problems early in people with multiple sclerosis. People with multiple sclerosis (MS) have an...
Neurons in Parkinson's disease

Research shows that Parkinson’s disease may begin before birth

Stem cell study finds malfunctioning brain cells in Parkinson’s patients diagnosed before the age of 50 – but researchers might have a new treatment People...
CBD consumption to rise across the treatment of neurological conditions

CBD consumption to rise across the treatment of neurological conditions

Research shows that CBD consumption for the treatment of neurological conditions is set to rise. With an exponential rise in the availability of CBD products...
young mother breastfeeding her baby on couch

Human breast milk found to enhance cognitive development in babies

New research suggests that a carbohydrate found in breast milk is shown to affect a baby’s neurodevelopment Previous animal studies have shown that the carbohydrate,...
man with Alzheimer's being cared for

Alzheimer’s disease: amyloid plaques and neurofibrillary tangles

Alzheimer's disease causes degeneration and death of a person's brain cells, meaning a sufferer will slowly and progressively lose their memory. Guest writer, Holly Klamer,...
Fycompa: Eisai’s new anti-epileptic drug is ready for the market in China 

Fycompa: Eisai’s new anti-epileptic drug is ready for the market in China 

Fycompa is a first in class anti-epileptic drug (AED) discovered and developed by the pharmaceutical company, Eisai and it's ready to be marketed in...
Autism: 'social' and 'visual' neural circuits do not connect for some children

Autism: ‘social’ and ‘visual’ neural circuits do not connect for some children

A new study has shown that children with autism who prefer to look at geometric shapes rather than social images have lower levels of...
Can darkness rewire our brains to improve hearing?

Can darkness rewire our brains to improve hearing?

Visual and auditory senses are known to be impacted by sensory deprivation. New research has revealed that sight deprivation changes the way brain cells interact...

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