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Quarterly migraine injection approved in US

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The US FDA has approved a new humanised monoclonal antibody for migraine prevention in adults. Fremanezumab-vfrm – under the brand name AJOVYTM (Teva Pharmaceuticals) – prevents the interaction between calcitonin…

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Gut feelings on MS: A conversation with Prof. Pot

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How does the gut–brain axis influence neuro-inflammation and the disease course of MS? Although we know that gut homeostasis and gut functions are closely related to food intake, we want…

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Autism blood test could be just around the corner

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A link between autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and the dysregulation of amino acids has been identified, thereby promoting more evidence for the use of metabolic testing for earlier identification and…

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At the cutting edge of neurosurgery – A conversation with Dr Kienzler

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We met with Dr Jenny Kienzler – who recently won the first prize from the Swiss Neurosurgical Society – to talk about some hot topics in neurosurgery. Dr Kienzler is…

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FDA warns of high stroke rates using artificial heart system

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The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in the U.S. has published a letter warning surgeons and cardiologists of high stroke and mortality rates associated with the Temporary Total Artificial Heart…

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Discovery of MS subtype offers fresh understanding

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A new subtype of multiple sclerosis (MS) has been identified, ushering in new potential for more specific diagnoses and even personalised medicine approaches. According to research from the Cleveland Clinic…

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Sex hormones and their impact on migraines

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New understanding of the causation of migraines has led experts one step closer to identifying why females are 2–3 times more susceptible to migraines than males. A review from the…

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Spider venom could bite back at severe epilepsy

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A peptide found in spider venom could be crucial in combatting one of the most severe forms epilepsy, Dravet syndrome, researchers from Australia’s most extensive venom laboratory have reported.  …

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Religion and the brain

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Study of the neuroscientific impact of religion, neurotheology, is gathering new momentum in understanding just how belief in a higher power could correlate with profound neuropsychological effects. In recent studies,…

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Breath test could detect early stage Parkinson’s

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A simple breath test for detection of early-stage Parkinson’s disease (PD) could one day be an effective, portable diagnostic tool – even outside the clinic – according to new research.…

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