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Early Warning System Could One Day Predict Epileptic Seizures

According to the World Health Organization, more than 50 million people worldwide have epilepsy, which makes it one of the most common neurological diseases globally. Now, new research published in the Journal of Clinical Investigation reveals that there may be a way to foresee seizures—a common symptom of epilepsy, reports FutureNeuro. For the study, scientists… Read More »

Dr Miriam Stoppard: New sound and light therapy could help Alzheimer’s sufferers

Here’s a new approach to ­treating Alzheimer’s – sound and light therapy. Researchers from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US, have shown that this method can relieve Alzheimer’s in animals and a clinical trial in human patients has already started. The study by Dr Li-Huei Tsai shows sound and light can destroy the rogue proteins which… Read More »

More Medicaid insurers could be ticket to lowering premiums in ACA markets

Dive Brief: Convincing more Medicaid insurers to sell plans in Affordable Care Act marketplaces could drive down premiums for consumers, according to a new report prepared by the Urban Institute. In the 10 states with the lowest average benchmark premiums, all have Medicaid managed care organizations offering state-wide marketplace coverage. In contrast, the 15 states… Read More »

Common anti-inflammatory could protect baby brains

Administering ibuprofen immediately after birth may reduce brain damage in tiny growth-restricted babies, University of Queensland researchers have found. The UQ Centre for Clinical Research’s Dr Julie Wixeysaid the drug could help reduce the incidence of serious long-term neurological problems in these babies. “It’s often difficult to diagnose babies at risk of being born too small during pregnancy,” Dr… Read More »