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24/04/2019 - Gene link to cannabis addiction
Genetics plays a role in individual risk of becoming addicted to cannabis, British researchers reported today. More

23/04/2019 - NHS to support neurosurgery for hearing impaired infants
Two centres in England are to be funded to provide auditory brainstem implants, it has been announced. More

11/04/2019 - Plan to revive 50s meningitis treatment
A strategy for treating bacterial meningitis abandoned in the 1950s could be brought back into use to help overcome drug resistance, Swedish researchers have reported. More

08/04/2019 - New guidance on medicinal cannabis
New guidance for doctors will help them distinguish between different kinds of medicinal cannabis and decide which patients will benefit, it has been announced. More

22/03/2019 - Mixed access to home palliative care - study
Access to palliative care at home for terminally ill patients depends heavily on the diagnosis, researchers say today. More

14/03/2019 - Plan to predict Parkinson's
Researchers have appealed for thousands of volunteers to help with a major project aimed at mapping the early development of Parkinson's disease. More

05/03/2019 - Brain linked to Takotsubo syndrome in heart
Parts of the brain that process emotions could be linked to the onset of Takotsubo syndrome, the so-called “broken heart syndrome”, it is revealed today. More

05/03/2019 - Cocoa could 'combat fatigue' among MS patients
Drinking high-flavonoid cocoa could help to ease the symptoms of fatigue among people with multiple sclerosis, a small trial has suggested. More

27/02/2019 - New motor neurone disease gene
The discovery of a new genetic subtype of motor neurone disease could lead to treatments for some patients, British scientists have reported. More

13/02/2019 - Caution over head injury reporting
Chronic traumatic encephalopathy remains poorly understood – despite links to contact sports, experts warn today. More

05/02/2019 - Largest map of human Alzheimer's brain published
The largest dataset into the human brain affected by Alzheimer’s disease has been published, paving the way for new research into dementia. More

31/01/2019 - ECT critics faces psychiatrists
Senior psychiatrists have defended the continued use of electroconvulsive therapy amid complaints of permanent memory damage. More

23/01/2019 - Protein could predict Alzheimer's years before symptoms
A protein in the blood can be used to predict Alzheimer's disease before the first clinical symptoms appear, researchers have reported. More

18/01/2019 - Teen brains alter after just one cannabis joint
Teenagers who use cannabis even once or twice experience differences in their brains, according to a new report. More

14/01/2019 - Faster test to diagnose Huntington's disease
A method to speed up the genetic diagnosis of Huntington’s disease has been reported by Swiss researchers. More

27/12/2018 - Violent sleep disorder examined
A new study has identified some of the risk factors for rapid eye movement sleep behaviour disorder, linking it to serious psychological distress. More

15/11/2018 - Drug combination for neuroblastoma?
A new drug combination has shown “highly significant” results in laboratory tests on neuroblastoma, a European conference will hear today. More

13/11/2018 - Call for mandatory headgear in rugby
Headguards should be mandatory in rugby at all levels of the game, a new study out today has concluded. More

07/11/2018 - Tourette's brain responses highlighted
People with Tourette's syndrome may be hyper-responsive to social cues such as emotional facial expressions, new research suggests. More

05/11/2018 - Fluorescent marker could help brain cancer surgery
Surgeons have safely removed brain tumour cells with the help of a chemical that creates a fluorescent marker and highlights the cancer, a conference has heard. More

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