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Alzheimer's protein is present even in young brains, study finds http://ow.ly/JUXrm #alzheimers
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Too much sleep is a risk factor for stroke http://ow.ly/JGbLr #stroke #sleep
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B cells may contribute to post-stroke dementia risk http://ow.ly/JDxdp #stroke #dementia
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The AAN Multiple Sclerosis section: Navigating escalating costs and new treatment frontiers http://ow.ly/JnQ8m #AAN #MS
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Missed the Oscars last night? Eddie Redmayne picked up an award for his portrayal of Stephen Hawking in "The Theory of Everything," and Julianne Moore won for her role as a woman with Alzheimer's disease in "Still Alice"​: http://nyti.ms/1Fj3NLr.

Read Neurology Today's interview with the director and screenwriter of "The Theory of Everything" here: http://bit.ly/17MSBMd.
The film about a washed-up actor’s comeback bid also gave Alejandro G. Iñárritu the award for best director. Eddie Redmayne, Julianne Moore, J. K. Simmons and Patricia Arquette won top acting prizes.
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Stem cell transplants can lead to long-term remission in multiple sclerosis http://ow.ly/JnNWk #MS
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Cognitive impairment in NFL players is associated with the age they started playing: What a new study says, and doesn't say http://ow.ly/JnLuh #concussion #TBI
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Responsive neurostimulation offers long-term benefits for patients with focal seizures http://ow.ly/JIWhB
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New studies examine the link between opioids, depression, and overdose http://ow.ly/JvVP8
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Legal-Ease: Supreme Court ruling gives Teva more time to market Copaxone for MS without generic competition http://ow.ly/JnOV7 #MS #LegalEase
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Loss of hippocampal blood-brain barrier found in normal aging and mild cognitive impairment http://ow.ly/JnMBh #MCI
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An official publication of the American Academy of Neurology, Neurology Today is a biweekly newspaper covering important clinical, research, policy, practice, and other news relevant to neurologists. Readers can expect in-depth and timely reports on professional meetings, ongoing trials and therapies, strategies for improving quality of care and systems management, and... articles by opinion leaders on the critical issues confronting neurologists today.

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