Smartphone app to cure motion sickness soon

A new device or a mobile phone app that applies a small amount of electricity via a headphone jack could soon put an end to the misery of seasickness and other forms of motion nausea.

Dementia sufferers may have memory impairment up to 3 yrs before onset of disease

A new study has revealed that people who suffer from dementia may start to lose their memory up to three years before disease takes hold.

Liver drug may slow Parkinson's progress

A drug which has already been in use to treat liver disease could be an effective treatment to slow the progression of Parkinson's disease.

Thinking skills linked to heart disease risk

People with low scores on a test of thinking skills required to reason, solve problems and plan may be at higher risk of heart attacks or strokes.

Neurology professor from Kerala received prestigious fellowship award from UK

Dr.Abraham Kuruvilla, the professor of Neurology at Trivendrum's Sree Chitra Tirunal Institute for Medical Sciences and Technology, has been awarded the fellowship award by the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh (FRCP Edin).

Now, youthful vigor can be restored to adult brains

It is said that adult brain's connections are hard to change, but as per a new study, it turns out that it is possible to restore the flexibility of the juvenile brain to the adult brain.

Four-day conference on neurology to begin tomorrow in Chandigarh

Top neurologists from across the country and the world will participate in a four-day conference beginning here tomorrow.

DRL may file new drug applications with FDA within year

Drug maker Dr Reddy's Laboratories has said it may file two new drug applications (NDA) with the US Food and Drug Authority (FDA) by the end of next year.

Deep brain stimulation may aid patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder

A new research has revealed that the deep brain stimulation (DBS) is effective on patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) that doesn't respond to other medications.

New method can detect epilepsy symptoms early in kids

Using an electroencephalography (EEG) analytical method, a team of doctors and scientists in Taiwan has successfully developed a tool to detect certain EEG features often present in children with epilepsy.

Fish oil may help check seizures in epilepsy

Low doses of omega-3 fatty acids are a key component in fish oil capsules that may help decrease the frequency of seizures in people who are afflicted with epilepsy and have not been helped by drug treatments, says a study.

Ability to find source of pain varies across the body: Study

A new study has revealed that identifying where it hurts known as `spatial acuity` differs across the body parts.

New gene involved in Parkinson`s disease identified

Researchers have identified a new gene involved in Parkinson`s disease, a finding that may one day provide a target for a new drug to prevent and potentially even cure the debilitating neurological disorder.

Being too cynical could lead to dementia

A new study has revealed that people with high intensity cynical distrust were three times more likely to develop dementia than people with low levels of cynicism.

Blood test might predict multiple sclerosis long before symptoms appear

A new study has revealed that an antibody found in the blood of people with multiple sclerosis (MS) may be present long before the onset of the disease and its symptoms.

Why some people remember dreams decoded!

Scientists have found that an information-processing hub in the brain is more active in people who can remember their dreams.

Brain regions coordinate to enable attention

Brain appears to synchronise the activity of different regions to make it possible for a person to pay attention or concentrate on a task, scientists have found.

How brain balances learning new skills while retaining old ones

Researchers have developed a new computational model that explains how the brain maintains the balance between plasticity and stability.

How brain makes toss-up decisions

A new study has revealed that random fluctuations in brain cell activity may determine how we make decisions when given choices.

Gene expression in male, female brains explains sex differences in brain disorders

Researchers have shown that there are widespread differences in how genes, the basic building blocks of the human body, are expressed in men and women`s brains.