Heads Up: Know The Signs Of ConcussionWhat physical injury sends more people to the doctor in Massachusetts than anywhere else in the country? New data from insurance claims and elsewhere suggests a surprising answer -- concussion.
Can a Protein Prevent Migraine?Early study results suggest biologics can stop migraine headaches before they start.
Time Is Brain: Recognize The Signs of a StrokeDr. Lester Leung. Director of the Comprehensive Stroke Center at Tufts Medical Center offers tips on what one should do should they suffer a stroke.
A Stroke of Luck for PFO PatientsAt the age of 38 Michelle Cahill suffered a stroke.
When Stroke Strikes Early In LifeNew program helps young adult stroke survivors realize their life goals
Myths About DementiaNeurologist Tinatin Chabrashvili, MD, Director of the Dementia Clinic at Tufts Medical Center, dispels some of the common myths about the disease.
The Forgetting Years: Understanding Age-Related Memory LossThe Dementia Clinic at Tufts Medical Center helps families and referring physicians diagnose dementias, including the specific ones that a patient may be suffering from.
Living Life Without Seizures: The Latest in Epilepsy TreatmentsWhen medication fails to control seizures, there are newer options that are working for some patients.
VIDEO: High-Tech Treatments for Brain TumorsBrain tumors do not discriminate. This year they will be diagnosed in 80,000 Americans – young and old. But there are newer high-tech treatments for brain tumors. Tufts Medical Center’s Diane Stern has more:
VIDEO: Behind The Neurology, Illustrated Exhibit at Tufts Medical CenterDr. David E. Thaler talks about the history of neurology through an innovative art exhibit now on display at Tufts Medical Center.
Diane Stern Joins Tufts Medical Center as Voice of Health InformationVeteran Boston radio reporter and anchor Diane Stern has joined Tufts Medical Center and Floating Hospital for Children to help educate consumers on how to stay healthy and well.
BIDMC Scientists Develop Antibody to Treat Traumatic Brain InjuryResearchers at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) have published a new study that explains how Traumatic brain injuries lead to two types of dementia, but have also developed a new antibody that can be used to treat it before it causes widespread brain damage.

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