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Treating High Blood Pressure May Delay Alzheimer's

Treating High Blood Pressure May Delay Alzheimer's

Treating high blood pressure and other so-called vascular risk factors in people who have mild cognitive impairment may reduce their risk of progressing to Alzheimer's disease, according to a new study.......[Read More]
Small Fibre Neuropathy and Painful Channelopathy

Small Fibre Neuropathy and Painful Channelopathy

Patients with small fiber neuropathy often have a normal or near normal physical and neurologic examination. So how is the diagnosis best made?......[Read More]
ADHD Brain Matures, but Later

ADHD Brain Matures, but Later

In people with ADHD, attention-related brain areas mature about three years later than normal, ADHD researchers report.......[Read More]
Alzheimers Center News and Features

Alzheimers Center News and Features

Find special feature stories and news on Alzheimer's Disease Health at WebMD......[Read More]
Recognition and Treatment of Neurologic Wilson's Disease

Recognition and Treatment of Neurologic Wilson's Disease

Wilson's disease has a variable presentation and is often misdiagnosed, potentially leading to severe hepatic and neurologic consequences. But when correctly diagnosed, its easily treatable.......[Read More]
Brain Hemorrhage: Causes, Symptoms, Treatments

Brain Hemorrhage: Causes, Symptoms, Treatments

WebMD explains the causes, risk factors, symptoms, and treatment of a brain hemorrhage.......[Read More]
Rett Syndrome

Rett Syndrome

Important It is possible that the main title of the report Rett Syndrome is not the name you expected. Please check the synonyms listing to find the alternate name(s) and disorder subdivision(s) covered by this report. .........[Read More]
Oxytocin Hormone May Treat Autism

Oxytocin Hormone May Treat Autism

Oxytocin -- the so-called hormone of love -- may help promote social skills and social behavior in people with high-functioning autism, a study shows.......[Read More]
Colorful Tableware Helps Alzheimer's Patients

Colorful Tableware Helps Alzheimer's Patients

People with advanced Alzheimer's disease may eat and drink more when they're served with brightly colored plates, cups, and silverware.......[Read More]
Dumb Jocks? Not if They're Good at the Game

Dumb Jocks? Not if They're Good at the Game

An athlete's knack for completing a pass or scoring a goal may depend as much on sharp mental skills as superior physical abilities, a new study shows.......[Read More]
ADHD Tests

ADHD Tests

Find WebMD's comprehensive coverage of tests that may help a doctor diagnose ADHD including medical reference, news, pictures, videos, and more.......[Read More]
Anterior Cervical Interbody Fusion

Anterior Cervical Interbody Fusion

Since its first description in the early 1950s,the anterior approach to the cervical spine has gained wide acceptance for the treatment of degenerative diseases or fractures.......[Read More]
Novel and Emerging Treatments in Relapsing-Remitting MS

Novel and Emerging Treatments in Relapsing-Remitting MS

Treatment options for relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis are evolving rapidly. This article summarizes the many novel and emerging disease-modifying treatments currently in trials.......[Read More]
The Cost of Dementia: $156 Billion and Rising

The Cost of Dementia: $156 Billion and Rising

Dementia cost the world $156 billion in 2003, say Swedish researchers.......[Read More]
How to Treat a Pinched Sciatic Nerve

How to Treat a Pinched Sciatic Nerve

The sciatic nerve is the largest nerve in the body, running from the base of the spinal cord to the feet. Sometimes a vertebral disk may bulge out of place and pinch the sciatic nerve. This can cause mild or severe throbbing of the back and leg.......[Read More]
Asperger's Syndrome-Home Treatment

Asperger's Syndrome-Home Treatment

Information on home treatment of Asperger's syndrome.......[Read More]
Strengthen Memory While You Sleep

Strengthen Memory While You Sleep

While you sleep, your brain may strengthen the memories you made during the day, researchers say.......[Read More]
Lip Injections May Ease Challenges of Facial Paralysis

Lip Injections May Ease Challenges of Facial Paralysis

Procedure might benefit stroke, Bell's palsy, muscular dystrophy patients, researcher says......[Read More]
Caregiving: Time for Outside Help?

Caregiving: Time for Outside Help?

As a caregiver, there are times when you can no longer do it alone. WebMD suggests some signs that may tell you it's time to ask for more help in your caregiving.......[Read More]