How sleep apnea is diagnosed and treated
Spring forward time: Daylight saving time begins March 12; Congress weighs switch
“Springing Forward” To Daylight Savings Time
Dr. Anita Shelgikar shares her insight and tips to navigate the spring forward.
How to fall asleep faster: A step-by-step guide with advice from experts
Michigan Medicine named on Newsweek's list of top 250 hospitals in the world
Michigan Medicine, made up of the University of Michigan Health System, ranked No. 33 on the list that ranked the top 250 hospitals in the world.
Making Music with Only His Eyes
“The ingenuity of people living with ALS always amazes me. Even in the face of this difficult illness, individuals with ALS redefine what it means to live and find quality in very personal ways," said Dr. Stephen Goutman.
Eva Feldman on WNET-TV (PBS) - New York, NY
One of the advantages of stem cells without immunogenicity is we can mass-produce them and make them inexpensive-Dr. Eva Feldman
CBT Alone and With Meds May Decrease MS Fatigue
"Clinicians should consider clinical characteristics and overall treatment goals when selecting fatigue interventions, to offer a more personalized approach for MS fatigue," study investigator Tiffany Braley, MD.
RNA modification 'pivotal' for protein linked to neurodegeneration in ALS
"This is an RNA modification that has escaped our attention in the past, and yet it is rampant in patients with ALS," said Sami Barmada, M.D., Ph.D
Temperature Changes in the Brain Found to Affect Neuronal Activity
“This paper is a true tour de force of combining different models of physical behavior to re-examine some ‘old standards,'” says William Stacey, MD, Ph.D
10 ways to reduce your risk of dementia
Dr. Heidebrink and Dr. Paulson share how you can reduce your risk for dementia and maintain a healthy brain throughout your life.
How Is Frontotemporal Dementia Diagnosed? Bruce Willis' Condition, Explained
Symptoms often manifest as language or behavior issues—different from other forms of dementia, such as Alzheimer’s disease , which is characterized by memory loss-Dr. Barmada.
Bruce Willis has a progressive brain condition you may not have heard of
Because his symptoms began with difficulty speaking, Bruce Willis would be classified as having a type of FTD called primary progressive aphasia, said Dr. Henry Paulson.
How the dementia Bruce Willis has progresses, from trouble speaking to physical problems
"PPA may start with difficulty simply finding words, so people begin to use simpler words or more generic words for things they can't quite recall," Paulson said.
New Grants Support Six Projects with 'Ambitious Goal’ of Preventing ALS
To make this dream a reality Dr. Goutman and the ALS team seek to understand the environmental factors, genetics, and immune system mechanisms that affect ALS risk and survival.
The ALS Association Grants Nearly $5 Million to Boost Clinical Trial Capacity and Speed
Clinical Trials That Will Shape Medicine In 2023
The journal Nature Medicine recently asked researchers and public health experts from around the world to identify clinical trials that will shape medicine in 2023.
Man with ALS makes music with only his eyes
“The ingenuity of people living with ALS always amazes me,” said Stephen Goutman, M.D. , M.S., a neurologist and director of the Pranger ALS Clinic at University of Michigan Health.
Can’t sleep? 5 expert tips for better shuteye – from no screens to pre-bed rituals to when to stop drinking coffee
Dr. Ronald Chervin stated that you should aim for zero screen time starting at least 45 minutes before bedtime.