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A 28-year-old Texas man who was diagnosed with epilepsy when he was a toddler has undergone a revolutionary procedure to implant a device in his brain to help control his seizures.
The rate of concussions among NFL players fell 25 percent this season, according to the league, even as injury reporting and trips to injured reserve list rose overall.
A study of former professional football players found that those who participated in tackle football from before the age of 12 were more likely to have memory and thinking problems in adulthood.
A survey of over 400 patients who received brain surgery to treat epilepsy has revealed that a majority were satisfied 15 years after deciding to undergo the procedure.
Five years ago, Denise Goerke, 58, was at the top of her game as a national saleswoman for Xerox when she began getting lost on roads she’d driven a hundred times, MyFoxAtlanta.com reported.
People who carry a gene variation associated with longevity have better brain cognition and are more resilient to aging, new research has found, paving the way for future treatments for brain aging...
A long-time North Carolina news anchor who just five months ago shared his “ALS Ice Bucket Challenge” with viewers, announced his own diagnosis and subsequent retirement during a broadcast Friday.