Pharmacytimes: Condition Center: CNS
CNSen-usSat, 23 Jun 2018 11:58:13 UTCSat, 23 Jun 2018 11:58:13 UTCNew Treatment for Phenylketonuria Approved by FDA
Novel enzyme therapy for adults with PKU, a rare genetic disease, has won approval from the agency.7:00 PM, Thu May 24, 2018EXPEDITION 3 Study: Is It Really a Failure?
Solanezumab did not significantly affect cognitive decline compared with the placebo in subjects with mild Alzheimer's, but there are still takeaways.2:06 AM, Thu April 26, 2018CDC Report: Epilepsy Rates Increasing Among Adults and Children
For the first time, epilepsy rate estimates have been available for every state, totaling at least 3.4 million individuals living with the disorder.2:00 PM, Mon April 2, 2018Let's Talk About Parkinson's Disease
April is Parkinson's Disease awareness month, spotlighting this disorder of the central nervous system that affects movement.8:00 AM, Mon April 2, 2018Let's Talk About Multiple Sclerosis
<hr />March is MS awareness month, spotlighting this chronic, progressive disease that is growing in prevalence.8:00 AM, Thu March 1, 20188 Multiple Sclerosis Studies Pharmacists Should Know About, Part 1
A number of landmark clinical studies in the field of MS have been published, shaping how the disease is treated.3:15 AM, Thu January 18, 2018Perspectives for the Pharmacist in Epilepsy Management: Considerations for the Use of FYCOMPA(R) (perampanel) Tablets and Oral Suspension, CIII
10:27 AM, Wed September 13, 2017Amino Acid L-Serine in Preventing Neurodegenerative Diseases Associated with BMAA
Insights into possible treatments for disorders that range from demyelination to plaque formation and misfolded proteins.9:41 PM, Mon September 4, 2017CDC: Epilepsy Rates Increasing Among Adults, Children
For the first time, epilepsy rate estimates have been available for every state, totaling in at least 3.4 million individuals living with the disorder.10:51 AM, Wed August 23, 2017Epileptic Patients Face Heightened Suicide Risk
Patients with epilepsy are more likely to commit suicide than individuals without the condition, according to the results of a recent CDC study.3:47 PM, Mon March 20, 2017Antipsychotic Drugs Could Increase Mortality in Parkinson's Disease Patients
Antipsychotic medications may do more harm than good in patients with Parkinson’s disease, with a recent study indicating that the use of these drugs can lead to a heightened mortality risk in this population.3:47 PM, Mon March 20, 2017Early Treatment of MS Signs May Slow Disease Progression
A recent study has suggested that starting patients on multiple sclerosis medication soon after they show initial signs of the disease could prolong the time before the condition becomes fully diagnosable.3:47 PM, Mon March 20, 2017Epilepsy: What You and Your Patients Need to Know
The year 2016 was big for neurology, particularly in the realm of epilepsy.1:08 PM, Mon March 20, 2017Self-Care for Central Nervous System Function
Which OTC products should these pharmacists recommend?12:03 PM, Mon March 20, 2017What Role Do Zebrafish Models Play in Epilepsy Treatment?
Scientists have discovered a potential new drug therapy by using a zebrafish model of epilepsy. 9:00 AM, Tue February 14, 2017Eisai Begins 2 Phase 3 Trials to Further Assess FYCOMPA
Eisai announced the beginning of 2 multi-center, global phase 3 clinical trials assessing FYCOMPA (perampanel).7:00 AM, Wed November 2, 2016A Brief Review of Brand-Name Antiepileptic Drugs
Epilepsy is a brain disorder that predisposes an individual to recurrent unprovoked seizures.4:17 AM, Wed May 18, 2016New Fycompa Oral Suspension Formulation Receives FDA Approval
Initially approved in tablet form in 2012, perampanel (Fycompa) is now available as an oral suspension.10:04 PM, Tue May 17, 2016Self-Care for Disorders Related to the Central Nervous System
Which OTC products should these pharmacists recommend?10:30 PM, Mon March 14, 2016More Women with Epilepsy Should Consider Contraceptives
Because many antiepileptic drugs have teratogenic potential, health care providers commonly recommend contraceptives to women with epilepsy.
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