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New Details on Suspension of MS Drug Tysabri

New Details on Suspension of MS Drug Tysabri

New information has surfaced about the rare but often lethal disease that prompted the removal of Tysabri, a new multiple sclerosis drug.
Dealing With ADHD Behavior Problems

Dealing With ADHD Behavior Problems

If your child has ADHD, find out how to work with teachers and school staff to have fewer discipline issues.
ADD and ADHD Special Feature Stories and News

ADD and ADHD Special Feature Stories and News

Find special feature stories and news on ADD and ADHD Health at WebMD
Cure MS Naturally - Separating Fact From Fiction

Cure MS Naturally - Separating Fact From Fiction

As researchers work hard to find a medical cure for multiple sclerosis, many of us are more concerned about how to cure MS naturally. Natural methods have had some excellent results and deserve to be looked at more carefully. The drugs being used to control MS tend to be very damaging so the more th
Optimizing Mouse Models of Neurodegenerative Disorders

Optimizing Mouse Models of Neurodegenerative Disorders

This review takes a look at the history of model development for neurodegenerative diseases. What has been learned which may improve the design, development and use of mouse models?
Multiple Sclerosis and Your Job

Multiple Sclerosis and Your Job

Find WebMD's comprehensive coverage of multiple sclerosis and your job including medical reference, news, pictures, videos, and more.
Dementia Death Statistics Underestimated?

Dementia Death Statistics Underestimated?

Dementia, especially Alzheimer's disease, often doesn't get noted on death certificates, which may lead to an underestimate of how deadly those conditions are, according to a letter published in The Journal of the American Medical Association.
Using Bioinformatics to Keep "Pay for Performance" Fair

Using Bioinformatics to Keep "Pay for Performance" Fair

Dr. Stein discusses bioinformatics and pay for performance standards in this commentary.
New Clues on Genetic Causes of Autism

New Clues on Genetic Causes of Autism

Genetic mutations not inherited from parents appear to explain some cases of autism, new research suggests. And the mutations may number in the hundreds.
Complications of Peripheral Neuropathy Dystonia

Complications of Peripheral Neuropathy Dystonia

Peripheral Neuropathy, also referred to as Peripheral Neuropathy, is caused by nerve damage. This nerve damage is most often caused by diabetes, but can also be the result of other contributing factors such as exposure to toxins or infections. This ailment can be treated with medication, but there i
Alzheimer's Research and Studies

Alzheimer's Research and Studies

Find WebMD's comprehensive coverage of Alzheimer's research and studies including medical reference, news, pictures, videos, and more.
Optimal Treatment of Small Unruptured Aneurysms

Optimal Treatment of Small Unruptured Aneurysms

Dr. Mark Alberts discusses a recent study published in Stroke exploring rupture rates and optimal management of incidentally found small unruptured aneurysms.
New Guidelines for Treatment of Spontaneous ICH

New Guidelines for Treatment of Spontaneous ICH

Dr Alberts highlights some of the new and revised recommendations of particular clinical importance for the acute care of patients with intracerebral hemorrhage.
Dizziness

Dizziness

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Multiple Sclerosis Therapies

Multiple Sclerosis Therapies

Find WebMD's comprehensive coverage of multiple sclerosis therapies including medical reference, news, pictures, videos, and more.
Scrutinizing the Ethics of Tube Feeding in Demented

Scrutinizing the Ethics of Tube Feeding in Demented

One of the most agonizing decisions a person may ever have to face is what to do with a dying loved one. When a person lapses into dementia, for whatever reason, should a feeding tube be used when they can't eat on their own?
ADD and ADHD Special Feature Stories and News

ADD and ADHD Special Feature Stories and News

Find special feature stories and news on ADD and ADHD Health at WebMD
Did Moctezuma IIs Head Injury Hasten the Fall of the Aztecs?

Did Moctezuma IIs Head Injury Hasten the Fall of the Aztecs?

This fascinating historical analysis postulates that the fate of the Aztec nation was sealed by one well-placed slingshot to the head of Emperor Moctezuma.
Pharmacological Therapies for Motor Recovery After Stroke

Pharmacological Therapies for Motor Recovery After Stroke

Recent preliminary research suggests that pharmacotherapy, especially with dopaminergic and selective serotonin-reuptake inhibitors, may prove effective in enhancing motor recovery after stroke.
Neuropathogenesis of Prion Disease

Neuropathogenesis of Prion Disease

While much is known about the clinical pathology of prion diseases, their actual neuropathogenic process remains uncertain. How might prions do their damage?