Sleep interventions may help improve quality of life of patients with both endometrial cancer and obesity, a new Case Comprehensive Cancer Center study finds. Co-authors Jay Alberts, PhD, and Chad Michener, MD, explain.
A variety of medical providers may evaluate and care for an injured athlete, making care continuity challenging. Jay Alberts, PhD, explains how the Cleveland Clinic Concussion Application (C3 app) can help.
Under a collaboration with the NFL Players Association, over 400 former players have had brain-body health evaluations at Cleveland Clinic to get a sense of the brain health path they appear to be on. Here’s how it works.
Mobile healthcare apps can be powerful, but less so if they’re developed as one-offs. Here’s why a coordinated strategy for app development across multiple neurologic conditions makes sense — and how we’re making it happen.
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Use of the C3Logix app to evaluate student athletes is growing as other applications emerge: managing mild traumatic brain injury in military personnel and testing cognitive function and postural stability in neurologic patients.
No research until now has combined imaging, behavioral assessment and impact-dynamic studies to begin to pinpoint the dose of head impact needed to produce acute brain changes linked to neurodegenerative disease.
These are dynamic times for concussion research and practice. Here are four initiatives that promise advances in everything from consistency of concussion care to our understanding of the acute effects of head impacts in combat sports.
The novel CAREN system allows safe challenging of rehab patients through scenarios in an immersive virtual environment. Early use centers on Parkinson disease and MS, but clinical and research applications may be boundless.