Articles Tagged with “NEUROLOGY”

Research increasingly shows that preconceptions around gender and race can cloud clinical thinking.

To show her love, the author learns the value of lying to her mother.

Once regarded as a purely mental condition, functional neurological disorder emerges from the shadows.

Could Parkinson’s disease, a brain disorder, have its origin somewhere else? A controversial theory is gaining ground.

Talking and texting while driving cost hundreds of lives every year. Should physicians intervene before those accidents happen?

A bold theory—that the brain-tangling proteins of Alzheimer’s disease may form to fight infection—could spur new research.