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Is Motor Neurone Disease Hereditary? Feb 16, 2016

Is motor neurone disease hereditary? Possible, but rare. Motor neurone disease is a condition associated with many risk factors, including internal and environmental factors. View Full Article...

What Causes Restless Legs? Feb 05, 2016

What causes restless legs? Though without a clear answer, dopamine, heredity, or underlying health conditions such as diabetes and many other diseases can play a role. View Full Article...

Famous People with Autism Feb 04, 2016

Famous people with autism such as Susan Boyle, James Durbin and Courtney Love have become open about their condition. Learn more names here. View Full Article...

Medication for Dementia Feb 04, 2016

The list of medication for dementia includes cholinesterase inhibitors and memantine. Learn how each of these medications is used to treat dementia. View Full Article...

Lung Cancer Spread to Brain Feb 04, 2016

It is quite common to see patients with lung cancer spread to the brain. What are the symptoms, and what are your treatment options? Learn the answers. View Full Article...

How Is Epilepsy Diagnosed? Feb 03, 2016

How is epilepsy diagnosed? Although it's hard to detect this brain disorder, lots of tests can offer a correct diagnosis, like blood test, EEG, SPECT, MRI…… View Full Article...

Do Brain Cells Regenerate? Feb 03, 2016

Conventional wisdom says NO to answer the question, "do brain cells regenerate?", but that is outdated and researches in recent years have reserved that no to a yes! View Full Article...

Is the Brain a Muscle? Jan 27, 2016

Is the brain a muscle? Not really according to anatomy, but you can exercise it like a muscle to keep your brain as strong as possible all of the time. View Full Article...

Serotonin and Dopamine Jan 27, 2016

Serotonin and dopamine are neurotransmitters that are somewhat opposites of one another. Serotonin is calming, while dopamine is excitatory. Get their relationship here. View Full Article...

Pins and Needles in Hands: Why and What to Do Jan 20, 2016

Pins and needles in hands can be caused by diabetes, abusing alcohol, nerve entrapment and injuries. Read for more detailed causes and the remedies to alleviate the condition. View Full Article...

 
 
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