Neurologic Disorders Resource Center

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Coffee's Neuroprotective Effects Supported

People who drink several cups of coffee every day may have a decreased risk of developing multiple sclerosis (MS).

Cinnamon: A Future Treatment for MS?

Cinnamon has shown promise in helping diabetes patients with blood glucose control and in treatment of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), and now the spice could one day benefit patients with multiple sclerosis (MS).

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New Data on Qudexy XR

Upsher-Smith announced the results of a year-long, open-label extension study of the safety and efficacy of Qudexy XR (topiramate) extended-release capsules as adjunctive therapy in patients with refractory partial-onset seizures (POS).

People with Dementia Often Not Screened

More than half of Americans with dementia have never undergone screening of their cognitive function.

Parkinson's Meds May Spur Compulsive Behaviors

Medications commonly used to treat Parkinson's disease may raise the risk of impulse control disorders such as compulsive gambling, compulsive shopping, and/or hypersexuality.

No Link Between Vaccines, Multiple Sclerosis

There is no link between vaccines and increased risk of multiple sclerosis or other acquired central nervous system demyelinating syndromes, according to a recent study.

Can Cocoa Improve Memory Loss?

A lab-created cocoa drink appears to improve normal age-related memory loss, according to a small new study.


Hospira Recalls Magnesium Sulfate Injection with Incorrect Barcode

Hospira has announced a voluntary recall of one lot of Magnesium Sulfate in 5% Dextrose 10mg/mL Injection after confirmed customer reports of an incorrect barcode on the primary bag labeling.

Why Gout Could Protect Against Alzheimer's Disease

Gout - or the high uric acid levels that drive the condition - may shield against dementia, according to new research.

Midlife Fitness Could Mean Better Cognition Decades Later

People who are fit in their 40s seem to retain more brain volume two decades later and also perform better on decision-making tests, new research suggests.

Case Study: Candy Overindulgence Leads to Seizures, Hypertension

Candy consumers may want to not over-indulge in licorice, as the candy has been associated with tonic-clonic seizures in a new case study published in the journal Pediatric Neurology.


Is Roseroot a Reliable Alternative for Nervous System Ailments?

Is Roseroot a Reliable Alternative for Nervous System Ailments?

The perennial plant has been used to treat depression, muscle weakness and muscle fatigue.

Treating Traumatic Brain Injury in Young Athletes

Treating Traumatic Brain Injury in Young Athletes

Accurate identification, assessment and evaluation of concussions will enable clinicians to determine when it is safe for young athletes to return to competition.

Drug Therapies for Restless Legs Syndrome

Drug Therapies for Restless Legs Syndrome

Willis-Ekbom disease, otherwise known as restless legs syndrome, is a neurologic disorder that affects up to 10% of Americans. Individuals with RLS develop irresistible urges to move their legs accompanied by unusual or unpleasant sensations in the legs.

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