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Rugby Players Get Concussions Too
With all the focus on the hazards of concussion brain injury in professional US football, Australian researchers decided it was time to take a look at the risks in rugby.
Mediterranean Diet Expands Brain
A diet rich in fish, green leafy vegetables, nuts and whole grains appears to lead to an increase in brain volume.
Aphasia Post-Stroke Linked to White Matter
Stroke creates language deficits related to brain tissue damaged directly by lesions in cortical and subcortical regions. Disruptions of white matter connectivity also affect multiple domains of behavior and cognition.
Huntington's Disease Can Affect the Heart
Huntington's Disease (HD) is an autosomal dominant progressive neurodegenerative disorder. In addition to the central nervous system disturbance the ailment causes, there is increasing evidence the genetic abnormality also affects peripheral organs and tissues.
Cooling Device May Work for Multiple Sclerosis, but Patients Resisted
Patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) often have sensitivity to heat that worsens their symptoms. In earlier studies with MS patients, a device system that cools body temperature by chilling one palm proved useful in helping them walk faster and longer. But patients need to be motivated to use it successfully.
Migraine: It’s a Family Burden
Results from one module of the CaMEO (Chronic Migraine Epidemiology and Outcomes) study show that patients with chronic migraine are not the only ones who suffer.
Low Vitamin D Levels Associated with Multiple Sclerosis Relapses
Stepping out into the sun may be more important than ever, especially for patients with multiple sclerosis.

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