A phase I study showed promising results in extending survival for patients
A third of people with a brain condition face workplace discrimination. Sarah Sinclair reports on the challenge of getting into employment - and staying there.
Dr Charles Bernick is leading the largest study to date into punch drunk syndrome among professional athletes. The findings could help to identify the “breaking point”...
A neuroscientist and a women’s shelter are working together to save domestic violence survivors through brain injury research. And it all started on Tinder...
Mounting evidence shows that women are more likely to sustain concussions than men – but official medical bodies are not responding...
‘Silent’ heart attacks that occur undetected, lead to an increased risk of stroke, according to new research.
Obese children may be twice as likely to develop multiple sclerosis (MS), according to a new study.
A new ‘EpiPen’ for trauma could stop those with spinal cord injuries from becoming paralysed, research has found.
Thousands of people living with advanced MS are being ‘forgotten’ by the NHS, says charity chief.
MPs have called for a national review of neuro-rehab services, and better provisions for young people living with acquired brain injuries.