Study: Common Drug Could Prevent Injury-Related Epilepsy
Some epilepsy patients spend their whole lives dealing with the condition. Others develop the debilitating condition following a head injury. Now a new study from Israel provides new way to diagnose and prevent injury-related epilepsy.
May 14, 2014
Research: Small Quantities Of Marijuana Protect Against Brain Damage
Researchers from the Sackler Faculty of Medicine at Tel Aviv University found that a very low dose of the active ingredient in marijuana (THC) may protect brain cells before and after brain injury, and can also protect against the development of cardiac damage.
June 08, 2013
Study Reveals Oxygen-Rich Air Can Reverse Severe Brain Damage
A new study from Tel Aviv University may have found a way to reverse brain damage, by using a specialized oxygen chamber. The new method of treatment is said to restore a significant amount of neurological function in brain tissue thought to be chronically damaged — even years after initial injury.
February 23, 2013