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Behavioral Therapies May Treat Headache and Post-Concussive Symptoms – Neurology Advisor

January 10, 2019 Share this content: Earlier identification and intervention may improve outcomes for patients with mild traumatic brain injury. The treatment of posttraumatic headaches and post-concussive symptoms using mind-body interventions and behavioral therapies suggests that therapeutic interactions may improve outcomes, but further research is needed to have conclusive results, according to a systemic review… Read More »

Genetic study of epilepsy points to potential new therapies

The largest study of its kind, led by international researchers including scientists at RCSI (Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland), has discovered 11 new genes associated with epilepsy. The research is published in today’s issue of Nature Communications. It greatly advances knowledge of the underlying biological causes of epilepsy and may inform the development of… Read More »

Seasonal Affective Disorder: All you need to know about therapies for the winter blues

Brian O’Connor says he gets a feeling of dread in his stomach when he sees the ‘back to school’ signs. Photo: Tony Gavin Seasonal Affective Disorder: All you need to know about therapies for the winter blues Independent.ie A week ago, the clocks went back and while many people celebrated with a well-earned extra hour… Read More »