Researchers have identified a new condition associated with TBI in some patients. Vestibular agnosia, the newly identified disorder, worsens balance problems and reduces vertigo perception and dizziness.
Initially believed to be an acoustic attack, researchers now believe they have pinpointed a possible cause of the bizarre neurological symptoms reported by diplomats in Cuba in 2016. Researchers say a possible source for 'Havana syndrome' is exposure to cholinesterase inhibitors via organophosphorus insecticides.
A new study reveals children who are habitually barefoot show significantly different motor skills between the ages of 6-10 than those who are habitually shod. Researchers report those who are habitually barefoot have better balance and jumping skills.
Researchers report the dizzying effect experienced by those who suffer from Tullio phenomena occurs when sound generates pathological fluid mechanical waves in the semicircular canals of the ear.
Researchers have translated the neural system of a nematode worm into computer code. The study reports the researchers have trained the virtual worm to perform an array of amazing balancing acts.
A new study sheds light on how the brain performs the go/stop balance.
Researchers have developed a new way to help understand how the vestibular system works as an animal stands still. The method involves using optical tweezers to study the activity in the vestibular system.
Researchers reveal how our vesibular system reflects the story of our evolution, from sea to land.
A new study reports poor physical performance is linked to an increased risk for developing dementia in people aged 90 and older.