Clinical Insights

Neurology
Jelena Pavlovic, MD, PhD
Neurology
10/04/2022
In this podcast, Jelena Pavlovic, MD, PhD, discusses the implications of her team's research presented in the session "Ubrogepant Was Safe and Well Tolerated in the Acute Treatment of Perimenstrual...
10/04/2022
Diet
Diet
08/29/2022
A new study investigated the relationship between 2 healthy eating patterns and the prodromal features of Parkinson disease. Lead author Samantha A. Molsberry, PhD, answered our questions about her team’s...
08/29/2022
Rare Disease
Nutrition411: The Podcast
Rare Disease
07/20/2022
In this episode, Lisa Jones interviews Elizabeth L. Wright, MS, RD, CSP, LDN, FAND, CLC, and Michele Shuker, MS, RD, CSP, LDN, on the impact of nutrition on rare disease, including eosinophilic disorders...
07/20/2022
autism
Beth Malow
autism
06/13/2022
She talks about treating sleep conditions in children and adults with autism. Because 1 out of every 59 children has autism, practitioners will soon see more adults with autism and sleep disorders.
06/13/2022
Neurology
Justin McArthur
Neurology
05/13/2022
He discusses the changes that need to be made in the research community to encompass a larger representative cohort, how current events will shape the future of neurology, and how the American Neurological...
05/13/2022
Neurons
Ryan Maddox
Neurons
05/01/2022
In this episode, Ryan Maddox, PhD, discusses his team's study on the incidence of prion disease in the United States from 2003 to 2015, and also examines the topic in the context of his prior research in...
05/01/2022
headache
headache
03/14/2022
A new systematic review indicates that cluster headache may be an inherited disorder associated with multiple hereditary patterns. Consultant360 discussed these findings further with study author Mark...
03/14/2022
Imaging
Dr. Shah
Imaging
02/20/2022
In this podcast, Dr Shah discusses the imaging and treatment modalities he and his colleagues reviewed in their recent article, "Advanced MRI techniques for transcranial high intensity focused ultrasound...
02/20/2022
mortality
mortality
01/16/2022
More adults aged 65 years or older are experiencing severe traumatic brain injury (TBI), and results of a new study show that these patients’ risk of mortality and severe morbidity is high. Lead study...
01/16/2022
Nutrition
Nutrition
01/08/2022
Michelle Puchowicz, PhD, from the University of Tennessee, writes about how ketones or ketosis is induced by diet, how it might be neuroprotective, and the steps needed to know for sure.
01/08/2022