• High-quality diet tied to lower migraine frequency, severity

    A high-quality diet is associated with lower migraine severity and frequency, according to a study published online Aug. 11 in Nutritional Neuroscience.

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  • Too much screen time could raise your odds for stroke

    You've heard the warnings about kids who are forever glued to their screens, but all that screen time can have devastating health effects for grown-ups. If you're under 60, too much time using a computer, watching TV or reading could boost your risk for a stroke, Canadian researchers warn.

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  • Preventing the long-term effects of traumatic brain injury

    You've been in a car accident and sustained a head injury. You recovered, but years later you begin having difficulty sleeping. You also become very sensitive to noise and bright lights, and find it hard to carry out your daily activities, or perform well at your job. This is a common situation after a traumatic brain injury. A team of researchers led by Jeanne Paz and Stephanie Holden points to a potential new treatment that could prevent the long-term effects of traumatic brain injury.

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  • People with Parkinson's may benefit from 7 walking strategies

    Various strategies can help people with Parkinson's who have difficulty walking, but a new study finds that many people have never heard of or tried these strategies.

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  • Alzheimer's: Dealing with Mealtimes

    Confusion and forgetfulness about food are particularly troubling aspects of Alzheimer's disease, and they often mark the end of a person's independence. When a person has trouble preparing food -- or even recognizing it -- it's time for a caregiver to step in.

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  • What is chronic migraine?

    Chronic migraine is a neurological condition. It causes severe head pain, nausea, vomiting, and other visual and physical symptoms.

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  • Could COVID-19 Accelerate Alzheimer's Symptoms?

    COVID-19 can kill you. It can rob you of your breath, cause strange blood clots, and prompt side effects that last for months after you're over the initial infection. It's also possible that COVID-19 might impact the human brain in ways that could promote the onset of Alzheimer's disease, a new study reports.

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  • Want to Avoid Dementia? Add Some Color to Your Plate

    Something as simple as having a glass of orange juice in the morning or an apple at lunch could be one of the keys to protecting your brain health.

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  • What to know about meningitis and encephalitis

    Meningitis causes swelling in the membranes that surround the brain and spinal cord, while encephalitis causes brain inflammation. Keep reading to learn more about the similarities and differences between the causes, symptoms, and treatment options.

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  • What to know about temporal lobe epilepsy

    Epilepsy is a chronic neurological condition that causes episodes of abnormal electrical activity in the brain, resulting in seizures. Temporal lobe epilepsy (TLE) seizures begin in the temporal lobe and often involve unusual feelings, movements, or behaviors.

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