Aluminum, a toxic metal, is known to create havoc in the human nervous system. It is often found in the brains of Alzheimer’s victims at levels 2-4 times greater than found in normal brains. Although scientists are uncertain about whether aluminum is a cause of Alzheimer’s or a result, they are quite certain that this metal is highly toxic to humans. This informational video shows common ways aluminum enters human bodies.
What is proton therapy and how exactly does it work?
Short form documentary on John Spannhake, who overcame the horrifying effects of the nervous system disorder known as Guillain-Barre Syndrome.
Children and young adults with cerebral palsy and other neuromuscular disorders receive intense physical therapy at the Euro-Peds clinic, the world’s first and only hospital-based intensive therapy program, in order to achieve maximum improvement in minimal time.
75 more children will be born with autism today. It’s the fastest growing developmental disorder in the U.S. There is no cure, but doctors are turning to an old drug for high blood pressure to see if it holds new hope for kids with autism.
Imagine waking up right in the middle of surgery. It might sound like a nightmare, but some surgeons and their patients actually prefer it. It’s a technique called “awake brain surgery” and it’s proving to be very effective.
Doctors use new machines to restore movement for stroke patients.
A wide-ranging discussion of the basics of cerebral aneurysm disease and clinical management basics for general practitioners, ER physicians and others.
A teen has a rare genetic disorder called Prader Willi. It makes Kayla Dennette think she is never full. Kayla spent the last two months at a specialty hospital in Pittsburg. It’s the only place in the country to treat Prader Willi Syndrome. The sixteen year old once well over 300 pounds is now home fifty pounds lighter.