A new study reports that when minocycline is given to new born rats following a head injury, cognitive deficits are exacerbated.
Analyzing previous studies, researchers have identified the effects of individual and environmental risk factors for suicide over a person's lifespan. The risk factors, researchers report, change throughout a person's lifetime.
Neuroimaging study reveals veterans who suffered a mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) have higher levels of fast, high-frequency gamma waves in the prefrontal and posterior parietal lobes, areas of the brain associated with consciousness, attention and problem-solving.
Researchers report sleep disruptions may not only be a symptom of neurological diseases, circadian rhythm disruptions may drive the brain pathology that contributes to anxiety, dementias and other disorders.
A new study reports on the outcomes at post discharge and one year periods varied across Traumatic Brain Injury Model System centers.
Animal-assisted therapy improves social behaviors and reduces negative emotions in those with TBI. The findings report those with brain injuries exposed to AAT experienced higher social engagement, satisfaction and motivation following therapy sessions.
Transplanted stem cells help build a 'biobridge' which links uninjured brain regions to those damaged as a result of TBI, a new study shows.
Researchers discover a correlation between clinical symptoms of PTSD, depression and anxiety in visual self expression masks service members were asked to create during art therapy.
A new study reports air evacuations may pose a significant added risk for people with TBI as they could potentially cause more damage.
Researchers find a gene variant which could cause some people to be more impaired by TBI than others.
Lobachevsky University researchers are developing a neurochip that could be used to replace damaged areas of the brain. Researchers report initial experiments have been successful in using this neurotechnology to transmit signals from artificial to real neurons.