A paper in Epilepsy & Behavior co-written by Dr. DeGiorgio.
A paper in the Journal of Parkinson's Disease co-written by Drs. Bronstein, Bordelon and Ritz.
A paper in Neurobiology of Disease co-writtn by Drs. Frautschy and Cole.
A paper in Seizure co-written by Drs. Kerr, Engel and Stern.
"There used to be an old wives’ tale that suggested older people needed a lot less sleep than younger people. But according to the National Institutes of Health, older adults only need one hour less sleep — the recommended amount is 6½ to 7 hours per night.
Unfortunately, almost half of adults age 60 and older experience insomnia, a form of sleep deprivation that can last anywhere from days to weeks to months."
A paper in Neurobiology of Disease co-written by Drs. Bragin, Staba and Engel.
"Dr. Bahr Hosseini says she always recommends avoiding any kind of hyperextension of the neck or making extreme neck movements quickly. If you're attempting a pose that requires stretching your neck in a funky way, she says to do it slowly and only hold it for a few seconds. Hyperextension of the neck isn't necessary for most yoga poses, so it shouldn't be hard to avoid."
A paper in Cell co-written by Dr. Geschwind.
A paper in the BMJ co-written by Dr. Ritz.
"A mouse scurries down a hallway, past walls lined with shifting monochrome stripes and checks. But the hallway isn’t real. It’s part of a simulation that the mouse is driving as it runs on a foam wheel, mounted inside a domed projection screen."