Neuroscience

The essence of who you are begins in the brain. Together with the spinal cord and miles of nerves, the central nervous system directs our every thought, sensation and action. Get connected and learn about amazing advances in neurosciences.

Patient Story

‘It’s so joyous’

For Dixie Schultz, 85, the diagnosis of a rare autoimmune disorder finally opened the pathway to a dramatic recovery.

Patient Story

‘The best sleep I could remember’

Linda Cole suffered from sleep apnea for years—until a tiny device changed her life.

Patient Story

‘This is a love story’

Kay and Ken Huddleston face Alzheimer’s—and still make time for date night.

Concussions hit beyond the gridiron

Many sports present a risk of head injury. Spotting a problem early—and providing quick treatment—helps ensure the best possible outcome.

Sleep darker

Eager for restful nights? Aim to keep TV, smartphones and electronics out of the bedroom.

Patient Story

‘Stroke doesn’t discriminate by age’

A family member's ability to quickly recognize stroke symptoms led Chad Thompson, 39, to critical treatment when it mattered most.

New relief for migraines

If it’s been a while since you've seen a doctor for migraine treatment, it may be time to reach out again.

Patient Story

‘Our little fox’

Paxton Florek survived a brain tumor and now seems determined to defy what once looked like insurmountable odds.

10 things to know before lightning strikes

Here's your primer to keep it from happening to you.

Patient Story

‘I do everything now’

After doctors installed a small device in his spine, Don Ferris is enjoying a life without back pain—for the first time in years.

Patient Story

On the air with Alzheimer’s

Ginger Sisson, 80, and her son team up for a candid podcast about life with this neurodegenerative disease.

Start early to reduce Alzheimer’s risk

Embracing a balanced diet and healthy lifestyle in your 30s may promote better brain development in later years.