Neuroscience

Antibiotics Reduce Newborns’ Immunological Response to Important Immunizations

Antibiotics Reduce Newborns’ Immunological Response to Important Immunizations

As the COVID-19 vaccination continues to be distributed around the world, many individuals have worries, including if the vaccine impacts antibiotics. Antibiotics taken during the first two years of life can hinder newborns from having a strong immune response to certain immunizations. According .....

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The Generation and Suppression of Migraine Pain Signals

The Generation and Suppression of Migraine Pain Signals

According to one component of migraine pain hypothesis, migraine pain is caused by waves of activity by groupings of excitable brain cells. These cause neurotransmitters like serotonin to constrict blood arteries. Serotonin is a neurotransmitter that is required for nerve cell transmission. Schwa.....

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Migraine with Aura and Blood Clot Factors Could be Related

Migraine with Aura and Blood Clot Factors Could be Related

According to study, those who get migraines with aura are more likely than those who don’t to have strokes caused by a blood clot in the heart (cardio-embolic stroke) or a clot within the brain’s blood arteries (thrombotic stroke). Researchers examined 12 coagulation markers using Men.....

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A Damaged Nerve is the Cause of Athletes’ Post-concussion Symptoms

A Damaged Nerve is the Cause of Athletes’ Post-concussion Symptoms

Depression, dizziness, difficulties focusing the gaze, and balance issues are all symptoms. Many professional players who have suffered brain trauma in sports have long-term problems that interfere with their daily lives. Because the cause was unknown, little assistance was available. A clinical .....

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New Migraine Treatment Options

New Migraine Treatment Options

If you have migraines or a migraine family history, a headache specialist (neurologist) will most likely diagnose migraines based on your medical history, symptoms, and a physical and neurological examination. Researchers may have discovered a new technique to cure chronic migraines by uncovering.....

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Migraines Triggered by Metabolite Level Changes

Migraines Triggered by Metabolite Level Changes

Older migraine theories indicated that symptoms were caused by variations in blood flow to the brain. Many headache researchers now believe that changes in blood flow and blood vessels do not cause pain, but may contribute to it. As enhanced technology and research have paved the path for a bette.....

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Lithium may Reduce the Risk of Acquiring Dementia

Lithium may Reduce the Risk of Acquiring Dementia

Dementia is the major cause of death in the senior populations of Western countries. Preventive therapies that may even slightly delay the onset of dementia would have a significant public health benefit. There are currently no disease-modifying therapies available. Lithium has been suggested as .....

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New Information Regarding Cluster Headaches

New Information Regarding Cluster Headaches

Cluster headache is a neurological condition characterized by unilateral severe headache and ipsilateral cranial autonomic symptoms. Cluster headaches often develop in episodes and occur more than once each day. According to study from The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, deb.....

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Is Migraine Related to Pregnancy Problems?

Is Migraine Related to Pregnancy Problems?

Pregnancy headaches are extremely frequent. Tension headaches and migraine headaches are the most prevalent. Most headaches pass quickly, but some are more troublesome than others or are caused by other issues. Any headaches you experience before, during, or after pregnancy should be discussed wi.....

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Migraine Sufferers’ Brains are Overly Active

Migraine Sufferers’ Brains are Overly Active

Migraine sufferers appear to have a hyper-excitable visual cortex, according to researchers at the Universities of Birmingham and Lancaster. Migraines are intense and chronic headaches that are frequently accompanied by heightened sensitivity to visual or other sensory stimuli. The exact causes o.....

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