Neurofeedback which enhances the signal-to-noise ratio of brain activity, could have positive implication for rehabilitation following brain injury.
Researchers report a new blood test can help detect neurological damage associated with Alzheimer's disease before any of the cognitive symptoms appear. Additionally, researchers report the test may be applied to help identify brain damage associated with TBI, stroke and multiple sclerosis.
Administering a cocktail of amino acids to mice models of TBI, researchers improved sleep disturbances caused by the brain injuries.
Researchers discover unresponsive patients' brains could still recognize photos of family and friends.
A new study adds to growing evidence that concussions can lead to neurodegenerative diseases. Researchers report the likelihood of developing dementia was found to double following a concussion, even when consciousness wasn't lost, in a veteran study.
Excessive neurogenesis following brain injury may lead to neurological problems and cognitive decline researchers report. The findings challenge common assumptions that excessive brain cell growth following injury is advantageous.
White matter hyperintensities were more common in athletes who played more contact sports or had more head injuries and concussions during their sporting careers.
For those with moderate-to-severe TBI, atrophy may be countered by participating in environmental enrichment, a new study suggests.
MAPC therapy reduces inflammation after TBI and also promotes lasting cognitive improvement, a new study reports.
A new study reports that when minocycline is given to new born rats following a head injury, cognitive deficits are exacerbated.