Study connects eye movement to Alzheimer’s disease

Denise A. Valenti Wednesday, September 28, 2016 The manner in which the eyes scan during a reading-related task may be an indicator of Alzheimer’s disease. This was demonstrated in...
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Neurological Function, Research

Video Icon Mayo Researchers Study New Way to Diagnose Concussions

In the state of hockey, a group of Mayo Clinic researchers has a different goal in mind. They believe there are better ways to diagnose concussions. With the help...
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Concussions, Hockey, News, Research, Video, Youth Athletes

This Way In: The Latest Concussion Research

“Given the many brain pathways involved in concussion, we think that a combination of cognitive, balance and vision tests may be best to improve diagnosis of concussion in athletes,”...
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Concussions, News, Research

University physician researches concussions

“Right now, these tests — King-Devick, SCAT2, balance, computerized assessment — are considered the standard of care, or the best procedure, for diagnosing concussions,” head Notre Dame University Physician...
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Concussions, News, Research