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30/03/2021 - Glaucoma type linked to cognitive impairment risk
Normal-tension glaucoma has been linked to an increased risk of cognitive impairment and possibly dementia, Australian researchers report today. More

26/03/2021 - Stress in brain linked to 'broken heart' syndrome
Increased brain activity in the brain, brought on by stressful events, could increase the risk of the rare “broken heart” syndrome. More

26/03/2021 - Neuron generation linked to gene defect in Parkinson's
New treatments for Parkinson’s disease could be developed after scientists made new discoveries about a faulty gene linked to the disease. More

24/03/2021 - Simple test for sport-related concussion
Researchers have developed a non-invasive test which accurately diagnoses concussion after brain injury from sport. More

16/03/2021 - Formation of deadly brain diseases revealed
Scientists can explain why normal proteins convert to pathogenic form and cause brain diseases, it was announced last night. More

10/03/2021 - Clear link between diabetes and Parkinson's
Researchers have found persuasive evidence that type 2 diabetes may raise the risk of developing Parkinson’s disease, and may play a role in its progression. More

08/03/2021 - Gene therapy will save babies at a record cost
A powerful new gene therapy is to be used in the NHS to treat babies with spinal muscular atrophy, making it the most expensive therapy ever to gain official approval, it was announced today. More

01/03/2021 - Shear wave scans could improve brain tumour surgery
A new ultrasound technique may be the best way to detect cancer tissue missed during removal of tumours from the brain, researchers report today. More

22/02/2021 - Spina bifida linked to random mutations
Spina bifida may be the result of random genetic mutations early in pregnancy, British scientists have found. More

17/02/2021 - Therapy might block multiple sclerosis autoimmune process
A new study has shown how harmful immune cells travel to the brain in people with multiple sclerosis and lead to disease progression. More

16/02/2021 - Promising biomarkers could diagnose mild traumatic brain injury
Specific plasma microRNAs have been found to be diagnostic biomarkers in mild traumatic brain injury, according to researchers in Finland. More

11/02/2021 - New protein role in Parkinson's disease
New discoveries have been made about a key protein in the development of Parkinson's disease. More

04/02/2021 - Brain-related visual problem 'common' in children
Researchers are hoping to raise awareness of a brain-related visual impairment, which may be more common than previously believed. More

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

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