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Neurology

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Inflammatory immune cells in the spinal cord of mouse

Novel Immune Cell Population May Trigger Inflammation in Multiple Sclerosis and other Brain Disorders

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$9M Grant Funds Study of Gut-Brain Connection in Parkinson’s Disease

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Mobile Stroke Units Speed Treatment and Improve Patient Outcomes

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Recommended Initial Treatments for Infantile Spasms Are Superior to Non-Standard Therapies

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Structural and Functional Alignment in the Brain Linked to Age, Sex and Cognition

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Cerebral Hemorrhage Associated with Risk of Future Strokes and Cardiac Events

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Mind & Body: From Cognitive Deficits to Stroke, Some COVID Patients Face Serious Neurological Symptoms

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Cayuga Health Sends Healthcare Team to Weill Cornell Medicine, NewYork-Presbyterian for COVID-19 Efforts

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 Dr. M. Elizabeth Ross

Scientists Discover Genetic Cause of a Mysterious “Mosaic” Disorder

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Many Small Improvements to Health May Enhance Cognitive Function and Reduce Risk of Alzheimer’s

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PROTECTIVE MEASURES: Dr. Lisa Mosconi (left) counsels a patient at the Alzheimer’s Prevention Clinic, where she stresses the importance of a brain-healthy diet.

Gender Disparity

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Study Shows How Ketamine Reverses Depression—and How its Benefits Could Be Extended

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