Researchers report Native American ancestry is a significant risk factor for diabetic retinopathy among Latinos with Type 2 diabetes.
A new study reports infections like the flu and common cold can temporarily increase stroke risk in children.
A new study of over 10,000 mothers has shown that women who breastfed their babies were at significantly lower risk of postnatal depression than those who did not.
Researchers report gliomas do not grow their own blood vessels.
A new study reports emotional and behavioral problems can occur with even low exposure to lead. Additionally, as the levels of lead increase in the blood, so do the problems.
Researchers have isolated a protein which appear to be responsible for the fungus that causes cryptococcal meningoencephalitis to cross the blood brain barrier.
A new meta analysis study concludes people with higher protein diets may be less likely to suffer a stroke.
Transplanted dopamine neurons from fetal tissues remained healthy in the brains of people with Parkinson's disease for 14 years.
Researchers find a small but consistent association between increased television viewing and shorter sleep duration in children.
Researchers claim to have identified a switch in the brain of people with epilepsy which dictates whether their seizures will be mild or lead to a loss of consciousness.
The Brain Health Registry promises to cut the time and costs of conducting clinical trails for neurological diseases. The online project, led by UCSF, will help researchers to analyze and track the brain functions of thousands of volunteers over time.
Researchers find stem cells processed from bone marrow could be beneficial for stroke recovery.
Four paraplegic patients are now able to voluntarily move previously paralyzed muscles, thanks to a new treatment which involves electrical stimulation of the spinal cord.
Researchers have developed a new computerized process which could make minimally invasive neurosurgery more accurate and streamlined.
A patient with Duchenne muscular dystrophy is only one of three people in the US to receive a LVAD to keep his weakened heart pumping blood around his body.