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18/01/2022 - New approach to repair peripheral nerve damage
New ideas for repairing peripheral nerve damage have been announced by a team of researchers in Ireland. More

12/01/2022 - Ketamine may benefit severe alcoholics
Ketamine treatment may be effective for alcohol use disorder, alongside psychological therapy, according to a new study. More

07/01/2022 - Dementia cases could triple globally by 2050
The number of adults living with dementia is expected to nearly triple by 2050, according to a new global report, published today. More

05/01/2022 - Magic mushroom drug found safe for therapy
Treatment of mental trauma or long-lasting depression with psilocybin may be one step closer after a new study found no detrimental effects. More

22/12/2021 - Frailty strongly linked to dementia
Frailty in older adults appears to raise the risk of dementia independently of genetic risk, researchers have found. More

15/12/2021 - Cannabis to treat epilepsy?
Whole-plant medical cannabis may be effective at reducing epileptic seizures in children, according to a new analysis published today. More

08/12/2021 - Elevated heart rate link to increased dementia risk
Having an elevated resting heart rate in old age could be an independent risk factor of dementia, a new Swedish study has found. More

19/11/2021 - Spinal muscular atrophy treatment approved despite "uncertainties"
The NHS today promised a new treatment for hundreds of patients with spinal muscular atrophy after regulators approved the use of a syrup medicine drug, said to improve motor function. More

15/11/2021 - Cash promised for neurodegenerative disease research
Some £375 million is to be invested in research into neurodegenerative diseases, the British government has announced. More

04/11/2021 - Twice weekly fish may reduce vascular brain damage risk
Healthy pensioners who eat two or more servings of fish a week could reduce their risk of developing vascular brain disease, according to French researchers. More

28/10/2021 - Oxford University to lead Parkinson's study
Oxford University is to lead a major global research project into Parkinson’s disease, it has been announced. More

22/10/2021 - Promising development in treatment for glioblastoma multiforme
A major advance in brain tumour research could pave the way for personalised treatment for the most deadly form of the disease, British scientists say. More

21/10/2021 - Older former rugby players have 'worse cognitive function'
Former elite rugby players over the age of 75 who had multiple concussions in their playing careers have worse cognitive function, researchers report today. More

05/10/2021 - Constipation drug can improve memory and cognition
A drug that treats constipation could also be a useful treatment for cognitive problems in patients with mental illness, according to a new study. More

30/09/2021 - Lack of evidence for HRT-dementia risk
There is no strong link between hormone replacement therapy and dementia, according to the findings of a major UK study published today. More

29/09/2021 - New global initiative to defeat meningitis
A new global strategy on meningitis has been launched, with the aim of preventing over 200,000 deaths each year. More

23/09/2021 - AI identifies possible drug combination for brain cancer
Artificial intelligence-enhanced tools have been used to identify a new combination of drugs that could treat a rare and incurable childhood brain cancer. More

22/09/2021 - Parent-led intervention for early signs of autism
Early parent-led intervention may help infants with autism spectrum disorder-related behaviours manage their symptoms, according to a major new study. More

21/09/2021 - Flour finally to get folic acid
The UK is finally to add folic acid to white flour in a new drive to reduce neural tube defects, it has been announced. More

17/09/2021 - Drug targets for Alzheimer's disease
Specific drug targets identified in the neural circuits that encode memories could help in the treatment of brain disorders, including Alzheimer’s disease, British researchers have reported. More

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