Non-invasive vagus nerve stimulation reduces inflammation and improves symptoms for those suffering from rheumatoid arthritis. The simulation technique helps inhibit the production of cytokines and reduces inflammatory response.
According to a new study, Parkinson's disease could begin in the gut and spread to the brain via the vagus nerve.
Researchers report on full recovery of forelimb strength in rats after a stroke by using vagus nerve stimulation.
A new study reports on a possible reason for accelerated cell deterioration in Parkinson's disease.
Researchers deconstruct the vagus nerve.
Researchers suggest an agent in the gut could interfere with alpha-synuclein in endocrine cells, deforming the proteins which then may spread to the brain in Parkinson's patients.
Researchers report successfully reducing depressive symptoms in some patients using a non-invasive form of vagus nerve stimulation.