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20/01/2020 - Concerns over racial disparities in dementia treatment
Black and Asian people with dementia in the UK do not receive the same quality of care as white patients with the same condition, a new study claims today. More

15/01/2020 - Brain blood flow regulation revealed
Scientists have gained an insight into how the brain monitors and regulates its blood supply, independent of the body-wide blood pressure control system. More

09/01/2020 - Search for answers on conversion disorder
Researchers at York University are searching for victims of conversion disorder to take part in a new study of the mysterious condition. More

02/01/2020 - New hope for dementia vaccine
Scientists are hoping to instigate clinical trials for an Alzheimer's disease vaccine after successful laboratory tests. More

02/01/2020 - Plan to improve migraine care unveiled
NHS officials have unveiled a plan to improve care of migraine and reduce hospital admissions for the problem. More

05/12/2019 - Impressive artificial neurons created
Scientists are making progress on artificial neurons that are capable of the same electrical activity as biological neurons, it has been announced. More

27/11/2019 - Multiple sclerosis-herpes link made clearer
New research has identified a specific form of the herpes virus that is linked to multiple sclerosis. More

26/11/2019 - Too many antibiotics could increase Parkinson's risk
Excessive use of some antibiotics could increase an individual's risk of developing Parkinson's disease, according to a Finnish study. More

30/10/2019 - Hope for Alzheimer’s treatment opportunity
Scientists working on progressive neurodegeneration diseases have found that some of the changes could be halted during an "under-appreciated time window". More

22/10/2019 - Footballer neurodegenerative risk quantified
Professional footballers face a significantly increased risk of developing neurodegenerative disease in their old age, according to the findings of the largest study of its kind, published yesterday. More

15/10/2019 - Cannabidiol trial for Parkinson's-related psychosis
A £1.2 million phase II trial is to begin early next year into the effectiveness of cannabidiol in people with Parkinson’s-related psychosis. More

10/10/2019 - Instability of Huntington gene
The genetic mutation associated with Huntington's disease is not stable, suggesting potential routes for intervention, British researchers revealed today. More

04/10/2019 - Immune system clue to Parkinson's care
Parkinson's Disease may benefit from management with immune-regulating drugs - which might even help with prevention, Danish scientists have reported. More

09/09/2019 - Specialist gene therapy centre for UK
A major centre for developing gene therapies and similar treatments is to be established in the UK at Harwell, Oxford, it was announced today. More

21/08/2019 - Brain impairments from hypertension?
A new study has found that patients with hypertension can suffer from reduced brain volume years later. More

09/08/2019 - Cannabis products too expensive - NICE
Medicinal cannabis products are being sold at excessive prices outweighing potential benefits for patients, regulators have said. More

06/08/2019 - Sheffield search for Parkinson treatment
British researchers have embarked on a major project to find a new treatment to prevent the brain damage linked to Parkinson's disease. More

05/08/2019 - Reduced dementia risk among socially active people
People in their 50s and 60s may reduce their risk of developing dementia by being socially active, according to a UK study. More

01/08/2019 - Haemoglobin level link to dementia
Both high and low levels of haemoglobin are linked to increased risk of developing dementia in old age, Dutch researchers reported last night. More

15/07/2019 - Healthy lifestyle could reduce genetic risk of dementia
Living a healthy lifestyle could reduce a person’s genetic risk of dementia by almost one third, the first study of its kind has revealed. More

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