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20/01/2021 - Vision tests to map Parkinson's cognitive decline
New research is suggesting that a simple test of vision can predict the risk of cognitive impairment and possible dementia among people with Parkinson’s disease. More

20/01/2021 - Brain cell insight into multiple sclerosis
British scientists have reported new discoveries about neuronal damage during the progression of multiple sclerosis. More

06/01/2021 - EEG test could give early traumatic brain injury prognosis
Electroencephalography can successfully be used for prognosis in patients with severe brain industry, British researchers have reported. More

31/12/2020 - Memory risk from pregnancy high blood pressure
Women who have experienced pre-eclampsia may have a risk of impaired memory and thinking skills several years later, Dutch researchers have reported. More

23/12/2020 - White blood cell discovery in rare dementia condition
Researchers have made new discoveries into the underlying cause of a rare neurodegenerative condition linked to dementia. More

18/12/2020 - Prepare patients for "long COVID," doctors told
Doctors should prepare COVID-19 patients for long-term effects, according to guidance published today. More

10/12/2020 - Loss of taste and smell among hospitalised COVID patients
Almost two-thirds of people admitted to an Italian hospital with COVID-19 at the beginning of the pandemic had lost their senses of smell and taste, according to a small study published yesterday. More

08/12/2020 - Increase in young MS diagnoses
The number of young adults diagnosed with multiple sclerosis seems to have increased significantly, according to figures published today. More

02/12/2020 - Early Alzheimer's markers found
Signs have been discovered in the brain of the early stages of Alzheimer's disease, with the potential to allow earlier detection of the disease, Swedish researchers have reported. More

26/11/2020 - Midlife high blood pressure linked to elderly brain damage
High blood pressure in middle age is associated with the development of more extensive brain damage when elderly, researchers report today. More

25/11/2020 - Hope to treat neonatal brain damage
It may be possible to repair damage from brain injury to newborn babies, British researchers have found. More

25/11/2020 - Z-drug risk for dementia patients
Using 'Z-drugs' for people with dementia triggers frequent side-effects, researchers have warned. More

04/11/2020 - Frailty link to dementia "modifiable"
New links have been found between the risk of dementia and frailty, which could be a modifiable risk factor, researchers say. More

28/10/2020 - Drug trial for Parkinson hallucinations
An anti-nausea drug is being tested to see if it can reduce the hallucinations which affect people with Parkinson’s disease. More

21/10/2020 - Measures to prevent dementia 'cost-effective'
Interventions for preventing dementia in England could be cost-effective, saving over a billion pounds per year, and could significantly reduce dementia rates, according to a new analysis. More

20/10/2020 - Hospitalised COVID-19 patients suffer symptoms for months
Many hospitalised COVID-19 patients were still experiencing symptoms of breathlessness, fatigue, anxiety and depression up to three months after contracting the virus, according to a new study. More

07/10/2020 - Ablation cuts atrial fibrillation dementia risk
Patients with atrial fibrillation are at a reduced risk of dementia if they undergo catheter ablation, researchers report today. 1 comments More

17/09/2020 - Pandemic left stroke survivors with avoidable disabilities - report
Tens of thousands of stroke survivors have been left with avoidable, unnecessary disability – and exacerbated mental health problems – because of delayed emergency calls and cancelled therapies caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a report published today. More

15/09/2020 - Molecule might restore brain and spinal cord function
A molecule has been created that might repair and restore brain and spinal cord function in mice with neurological disorders, it has been announced. More

03/09/2020 - Common drugs could increase risk of cognitive decline
A common class of drugs could be associated with an increased risk of cognitive decline, a US study has claimed. More

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