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Possible Parkinson's treatment successfully targets two major nerve systems
Scientists have discovered that a non-invasive technique which could one day be used to treat Parkinson's disease, can successfully target a highly specific group of brain cells which play a key role in development of the condition.
Vagus nerve stimulation may reduce the symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis
Electrostimulation of the vagus nerve may be key to reducing the symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis, according to findings that scientists presented at the Annual European Congress of Rheumatology in Madrid, Spain.
New type of nerve stimulation relieves chronic back pain
A new type of nerve stimulation therapy could provide long-term relief for chronic back pain that has not responded to other treatments, including spinal cord stimulation.
New nerve gas detector built using Lego blocks and smartphone
Scientists from the University of Texas have built a nerve gas detector using Lego blocks, a smartphone and other materials. The technology could help first responders and scientists identify the presence of deadly toxic gases like VX and sarin.
Muscle loss in old age linked to fewer nerve signals
Researchers said they may have worked out why there is a natural loss of muscle in the legs as people age — and that it is due to a loss of nerves.
Controlling nerve injury repair revealed in new study
Monash University scientists are one step closer to solving the riddle of how nerves can self-heal.
Nerve damage from chemo may affect survivors
Many women who survive cancer have symptoms of chemotherapy-related nerve damage in their feet and hands years after treatment, a new study revealed.
How nerve cells produce  clear thought or action
We have approximately 100 billion nerve cells in our brains, all of which communicate with one another. Why do they lead to clear thoughts or purposeful actions instead of mere gibberish?
Chemical reduces effects of MS
A drug that could minimize the degeneration of axons, thus reducing the rate and degree of multiple sclerosis (MS) progression, would be immensely helpful. Better still would be if this drug could stimulate "remyelination," the re-sheathing of the axons, restoring fast and uninterrupted flow of nerve impulses.

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