A co-principal investigator details the landmark stroke study and discusses how to avoid a turf war with competing specialties.
A Q&A With Yvo Roos, MD, PhD
Cognitive impairment after acute stroke is likely under-appreciated despite its impact.
By Alicia M. Zha, MD and Brendan J. Kelley, MD
Calling 911 in Cleveland might deliver a highly specialized vehicle to suspected stroke patients. What’s behind the new intervention?
A Q&A with Shazam Hussain, MD
As we enter 2015, two experts review year that was in headache care, as well as three novel delivery systems to look for in the future.
With Paul G. Mathew, MD, FAHS and David Dodick, MD
As understanding of TBI deepens, professional sports associations are responding. An update on NFL policy allows an understanding of the intersection of research and real-life practice.
By By Francis X. Conidi, DO
Dementia Insights: Nutritional Aspects of Cognitive Impairment: Its Role In Prevention and Treatment
Much of the information on nutrition and dementia is not scientifically well-documented, but there is evidence that proper nutrition can be beneficial.
By Ronald Devere, MD
Streptococcal meningitis is a potential complication of myelography. Healthcare personnel and patients should be advised of this risk as well as measures to prevent it.