As the British summertime starts to show its face, a number of unusual pieces of research have emerged claiming that some strange links exist between good weather and multiple sclerosis (MS) risk.
A man with multiple sclerosis has announced he will run the London Marathon for the third time, hoping to beat his personal best of an extraordinary 4 hours and 19 minutes.
A study involving nearly three million people has confirmed a link between brain injury and dementia.
A scientist who famously created Dolly the sheep – the world’s first mammal to be cloned from an adult cell – in an effort to cure Parkinson’s disease has himself been diagnosed with the condition.
Researchers from the University of Southampton have suggested that patients with dementia should be given devices to help track them if they get lost.
A UK woman living with Parkinson’s disease is determined to raise awareness of the condition by taking part in a number of fundraising activities.
The calming effects of meditation are well documented, but researchers now believe that the activity could improve memory and attention span in old age – potentially warding off the symptoms of dementia.
A UK mother-of-two who was recently diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease has taken on a new hobby in a bid to fight back against the condition.
A charity has launched a new campaign aimed at getting utilities companies better equipped to deal with vulnerable people with dementia.
There are hopes that a new drug called siponimod could help treat a form of multiple sclerosis (MS) that has so far proved impervious to medication.