A study of a brain protein and adults with Down syndrome may help researchers better understand Alzheimer’s disease.
Ever since an assault at age 18, a now-34-year-old Canadian man has been in a vegetative state—but his father still takes him to the movies every Wednesday.
The brains of some Alzheimer’s patients may be able to compensate for early neurological changes associated with the disease, BBC News reported.
In 2008, Aurora Colello was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS). Since then, she’s done over 21 triathlons and is healthier than ever.
A former collegiate wrestler is looking to pin a dangerous opponent familiar to young athletes everywhere: concussions.
Naomi Elishuv used to be a world-class violinist who played with the Lithuanian National Symphony Orchestra, but uncontrollable shaking caused by a neurological disorder called essential tremor...
For the first time, a generic version of a popular drug for multiple sclerosis (MS) was found to be safe and effective— which may set precedent for generic drug development for MS patients.
British researchers recently unveiled a proposal for a Breathalyzer test they say may lead to quicker concussion detection in athletes.
This devastating disease affects 44 million people worldwide, but there is hope on the horizon.
The amount of myelin lost in the gray matter of multiple sclerosis (MS) patients’ brains may indicate a more debilitating form of the disease, according to a new study.