This is a follow up on my post, what is the state of neurology on the blogosphere. Social media is growing and pulling in professionals at a breath-taking pace. This phenomenon, which many have previously turned there noses up at, is now becoming an indispensable part of our personal and professional lives. Social networks are important, and in today’s world, overwhelmingly… Read More How is social media enriching neurological practice?
I have dipped my toes in the waters, and I am beginning to find my feet. The blogosphere is a huge universe and I wondered who else are ‘out there’ blogging on neurology? I ‘googled’ neurology blogs and came across sites listing neurology-related blogs. One is titled ’50 fascinating brain science blogs’ and another lists ‘most popular neuroscience blogs’. I… Read More What is the state of neurology on the blogosphere?
Stroke is a global beast. It is a scourge of the young and old. It strikes suddenly, maiming and killing with wanton abandon. So much has been achieved in the attempts to tame the monster, and yet victory still seems a far-off mirage. What are in the pipelines, beyond Aspirin and Statins? What may improve the outlook… Read More Will these 10 cutting-edge advances boost stroke care?
Neurology is as much a verbal, as it is a visual, specialty. Whilst the history is the bedrock of the neurological diagnosis, some conditions are only diagnosed by observation. Epilepsy and movement disorders are classical examples. Neurologists are therefore trained to observe the subtle nuances that distinguish between many of the diseases they see. Neurology is however a very broad specialty,… Read More Outstanding neurology video channels and sites
Brain cancer is a horrible disease even among cancers. Apart from benign tumours such as meningioma, very few brain tumours have happy endings. It is however not all doom and gloom- there are many advances raising hope for the future of brain cancer. Here are 10 hope-raisers. 10. Nanotechnology-guided radiation treatment Nanotechnology is promising a lot for… Read More Calming the rage of brain tumours: hope for a dreaded cancer