Quantum Brain Sensors Could Help Identify Dementia and Other Brain Diseases
1 December, 2021
Identifying brain diseases such as dementia, ALS, and Parkinson’s may be easier in the future thanks to highly sensitive quantum brain sensors
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A new study shows that erenumab is helpful in treating headaches and migraine in patients by blocking a certain protein in the body.
Atogepant, a prospective drug currently being developed by AbbVie, lowered migraine days in a recent study and showed optimistic results.
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The FDA recently approved a Phase II clinical trial which aims to treat MS patients using autologous adipose-derived mesenchymal stem cell infusions
A new study has found that undergoing cognitive rehabilitation is effective at restoring cognition in individuals with MS.
A new study published in the Multiple Sclerosis Journal has found that several common symptoms of MS often cluster together for patients in their first year following diagnosis
A new study has determined that long-term video EEG monitoring is an effective diagnostic tool for epilepsy in children.
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A new wristwatch aims to warn people with epilepsy before a seizure, so they can take steps to prevent it or minimize its effects.
A study conducted at the Cleveland Clinic suggests some sleep disorders may be linked to more severe outcomes from COVID-19
The FDA has approved Xywav - a new treatment for idiopathic hypersomnia (an uncommon disorder that causes constant daytime sleepiness).
A recent review has underlined the prevalence of sleep disorders among patients with type 2 diabetes and its impact on health outcomes.