Using optogenetics to stimulate mice brains five days after a stroke helped improve motor control and brain chemistry, researchers report.
Researchers discover levels of certain fats found in the CSF may predict which HIV patients are more likely to suffer from cognitive impairment.
Researchers have successfully restored the ability to walk in mice paralyzed as a result of spinal cord injuries with the help of a small molecular compound.
A new study reports on a mechanism to promote growth of damaged nerve cells.
Language difficulties associated with primary progressive aphasia differ depending on a person's native language, a new study reports. Native English speakers with PPA have more trouble pronouncing words, while those who speak Italian had fewer pronunciation problems but tend to produce shorter and grammatically simpler sentences.
MW189, a small molecule drug candidate, blocks abnormal inflammation in the brain which contributes to injury and disease induced neurological impairments.
FDA approves a new drug to treat both relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis and primary progressive MS.
CD8 T cells function differently, according to the time of day. Study shows how the biological clock influences immune response.
K.Vita, a new oral dietary substance based on the ketogenic diet, reduced seizures by up to 50% in children and adults with drug-resistant epilepsy.