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Diagnosis and treatment of 'killer' headaches

Headaches are a billion-dollar industry — that is, $1 billion is spent every year on brain scans for individuals who suffer with a headache. And these brain scans are not just for those who suffer with chronic migraines, but also for those with "routine" headaches....

source: By Rosemary Sparacio
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The Foundation for PM&R has several grants available specifically for PM&R projects, including the Mallinckrodt Acute Pain Management Research Grant of $10,000, two Richard S. Materson ERF New Investigator Research Grants of $10,000, the Gabriella E. Molnar-Swafford,...

source: Foundation for PMR&R

Dr. Greg Davis talks with doctors in the University of Kentucky neurology department about a new device proven to prevent migraine headaches. The device is the first transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation device specifically authorized for use prior to the onset of...

source: WUKY-FM

Did you know that ACRM offers three ways to learn step-by-step procedures for evidence-based cognitive rehabilitation interventions? (1) Buy the Cognitive Rehabilitation Manual: Translating Evidence-Based Recommendations into Practice; (2) Access a professionally recorded...

source: ACRM

The quest to improve survival of children with a high-risk brain tumor has led investigators to two drugs already used to treat adults with breast, pancreatic, lung and other cancers. Used together, pemetrexed and gemcitabine doubled...

source: Oncology Nurse Advisor

For people in their 50s and 60s, dementia still seems like something that's happening to their parents' generation. Yet, an increasing number of people in this age category are being diagnosed with primary progressive aphasia. This disease was discovered in the '80s but...

source: Advance for Speech & Hearing

Damaged nerves could be reprogrammed and even regenerated with chemical and genetic treatments, a pair of new discoveries suggest. These findings suggest future therapies could help repair nerve damage after people suffer spinal cord injury or brain trauma, researchers said.

source: Live Science

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