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November 7, 2023

University of Michigan Concussion Center helps athletes with head injuries

“There’s still a lot of misinformation around concussion — what the signs and symptoms are, how to best manage the injury,” said Broglio, who also is a professor of kinesiology in the School of Kinesiology, and adjunct professor of physical medicine and rehabilitation and of neurology.
November 3, 2023

Environmental Toxin Exposure may Predict ALS Risk

"Our results emphasize the importance of understanding the breadth of environmental pollution and its effects on ALS and other diseases," noted senior study author Professor Eva Feldman.
November 1, 2023

Parkinson disease and normal aging

“We recently reported novel data-driving findings suggesting that cholinergic innervation deficits in centro-cingulate brain regions may be an important contributor to cognitive impairments in PD.

November 1, 2023

End of daylight saving time can help sleep cycles

“We have this internal, biological clock, our circadian rhythm,” said Cathy Goldstein, a neurologist who specializes in sleep disorders at University of Michigan Health. “And, that’s our endogenous, internal timing system, and it doesn’t move around just because the clocks on the wall change.”