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
- Erenumab Superior to Placebo for Reducing Migraine Disability, Improving HRQoL
- Managing Status Epilepticus in Palliative Care: Accounting for Patient and Family Experience
- Congress Passes Bill to Fight Opioid Crisis
- Physical Activity Decreases Vascular Comorbidities in Multiple Sclerosis
- Review of Factors Impacting Sport-Related Concussion Headaches
- Anodal tDCS Offers Possible Benefit for Improving Item Recall in Post-Stroke Aphasia
- Hospitalization Tied to Brain Abnormalities in Older Adults
- Spending Often Persists in High-Cost Medicare-Medicaid Eligible
- Skills-Based Intervention Did Not Cut Systolic BP After Stroke, TIA
- High Frequency of Headaches Following Dialysis Associated With BUN and Blood Pressure