A new study has made the claim that living among trees and grass can result in a healthier brain and help to slow the advance of cognitive degeneration.
A UK woman living with multiple sclerosis (MS) has successfully completed a 10km charity race in memory of her late mother.
A new theory regarding Huntington’s disease could pave the way for the development of new drugs to treat the condition. That is the hope of scientists from McMaster University, Canada, whose research has led to the new hypothesis.
The over the counter painkiller, aspirin, could be employed as a treatment for Alzheimer’s disease. That is the finding of new research undertaken at Chicago’s Rush University Medical Centre.
An innovative new drug which could prove to be a real game-changer for people living with Parkinson’s disease will be tested on humans for the first time in coming weeks, it has emerged.
The early detection of conditions such as Alzheimer’s, Huntington’s and Parkinson’s disease may become possible, thanks to the efforts of researchers at Indiana University.
Deep brain stimulation (DBS) may be effective in delaying the progression of the tremors associated with the condition. That is according to new research published last week.
An interesting new study carried out by researchers in France has revealed that people living with Parkinson’s disease who take Levodopa as treatment could run into complications with unusual side effects.
A new Bill has been proposed, which, if passed, would place a cap on the cost of social care.
The Multiple Sclerosis Society is raising awareness of the “long-term promise” stem cell therapy could offer to people living with highly active, relapsing multiple sclerosis (MS) once more risk-based research has been carried out.