A recently published study has determined that GFAP and UCH-L1 may be used as blood biomarkers to detect concussion and subconcussive injuries.
The Insight 46 study has indicated that changes in blood pressure in people as young as 36 may be linked to poorer brain health later in life.
Analysis of large Danish and American datasets suggests that poor air quality may increase the prevalence of neurological and psychiatric disorders.
A blood test for glioblastoma may be on the horizons, as researchers identify novel biomarkers that could be used for diagnosis.
A Phase I clinical trial presents veledimex – a drug-inducible gene therapy approach – as a promising treatment technique for glioblastoma.
In order to slow the accumulation of white matter lesions, researchers reveal that it is more effective to intensively control a person’s blood pressure compared to the standard care of high blood pressure.
Chronic active lesions (‘smoldering’ spots) may be a hallmark for progressive forms of multiple sclerosis, a recently published study suggests.
A wireless drug-delivery system to the brain has been developed in mice, which includes a replaceable drug cartridge and can be controlled by using a smartphone.
Positive results for Emgality® (galcanezumab) have been reported from the CONQUER study in patients who failed previous migraine preventive treatments.
A blood test to diagnose individuals at risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease before symptoms arise may be closer to reality, as researchers report a 94% accuracy in recent findings.