Most Recent Articles by Beth Gilbert
The diagnosis and management of concussion is still a grey area for sports medicine specialists.
Implementing a ketogenic diet in patients with drug-resistant epilepsy could produce significant reductions in seizure frequency.
Researchers are hoping that anti-amyloid and other treatments can help slow the dementia epidemic.
Adopting a more open-access environment crucial to developing new technologies for understanding the human brain.
Cerebrospinal fluid, neuroimaging techniques, and blood and skin peripheral tissues may hold the answers to recognizing Alzheimer's disease earlier.
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Neurology Advisor Articles
- McDonald Criteria Update: Further Distinction Between Relapsing-Remitting, Primary-Progressive MS
- Diet Linked to Multiple Sclerosis Disability, Disease Severity
- Deep Brain Stimulation Improves Survival in Parkinson Disease
- FDA Approves Vercise Deep Brain Stimulation System for Parkinson Disease
- Obesity and Alzheimer Disease: Exploring Risk Modification
- Coffee Consumption May Decrease Stroke Risk
- When and How to Approach Driving Cessation in Patients With Dementia
- Erenumab, Fremanezumab Reduce Migraine Frequency, Burden
- Some Antiepileptic Drugs Associated With Increased Risk for Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis
- Language Deficits and EEG Changes Predict Conversion From MCI to Alzheimer Disease
- Sex Differences in Parkinson Disease: Implications for Diagnosis, Treatment
- Understanding Poststroke Depression: Risk Factors and Treatment
- Value-Based Payment Modifier Program Has Little Effect on Practice Performance
- Growth in Health Care Spending Slowed in 2016
- Paternal Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitor Use Linked to ADHD in Offspring