Sunday- Monday was our biannual road trip to see my neurologist. We left after church on Sunday. Kissed the kids, installed the car seat in grandpa’s vehicle, threw the bags in the backseat of our truck and headed west. 614 more words
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Dr Jenny Cook is a Research Associate at King’s College London studying the impact of engaging publics with health research.
I am a researcher in Public Engagement for King’ College London and the National Institute for Health Research Biomedical Research Centre, part of my job role is to promote taking part in clinical research to the general population. 595 more words
New Results Show that Magnetic Stimulation of Brain May Improve Working Memory and Brain Connectivity in People with MS
- People with MS, but not healthy controls, showed improvements in working memory, brain activity, and “connectivity” (how parts of the brain interact with one another), after treatment with Repetitive Transcranial Magnet Stimulation (rTMS). 413 more words