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JAMA Neurology

Scientific Journal providing information about neurologic disorders.

JAMA Neurology is an international peer-reviewed journal for physicians caring for people with neurologic disorders and those interested in the structure and function of the normal and diseased nervous system. The Archives of Neurology & Psychiatry began publication in 1919 and, in 1959, became 2 separate journals: Archives of Neurology and Archives of General Psychiatry. In 2013, their names changed to JAMA Neurology and JAMA Psychiatry, respectively. JAMA Neurology is a member of the JAMA Network family of journals, which includes JAMA, 11 JAMA Network specialty journals, and JAMA Network Open.

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Details last updated 30-Nov-2019

JAMA Neurology News

Simple blood test spots Alzheimer’s 15 years before symptoms

Independent - 22-Jan-2024

This could pave the way for routine screening of individuals over 50


Socialize, sweat, eat right: your lifestyle guide to delaying dementia

HuffPost - 08-Jan-2024

New study finds 15 hidden risks and protective lifestyle habits of early dementia


Beyond genetics: 15 risk factors increase risk of early dementia

BBC - 26-Dec-2023

Vitamin D deficiency, depression, and diabetes are some among the preventable risk factors


Synchron’s brain implant that helps turn thoughts into text

CNBC - 18-Feb-2023

Stentrode is an endovascular electrode array implanted through the blood vessels


Breathing polluted air may increase your risk of dementia

Alzforum - 10-Dec-2020

Breathing fine particles can shrink your brain; there may be other causes too


Exercise protects against cognitive decline in Alzheimer's

Massachusetts General Hospital - 17-Jul-2019

If other vascular risk factors are targeted simultaneously, the outcome is better


Anti-inflammatory may reduce risk of Parkinson's

Medical Xpress - 23-Apr-2018

People with IBD are at a 28% higher risk of developing Parkinson's disease. Anti-Tumor Necrosis ...