Da Vinci’s hand impairment caused by nerve damage, not stroke

Da Vinci’s hand impairment caused by nerve damage, not stroke

First published on ScienceDaily.com New analysis of 16th-century drawing by Italian doctors concludes da Vinci's right hand affected by ulnar palsy, rather than stroke A fainting episode causing traumatic nerve damage affecting his right hand could be why Leonardo da...

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Should obesity be treated as any other disease?

Should obesity be treated as any other disease?

"European Obesity Day celebrated every May, brings people together to raise awareness and increase knowledge about obesity and the many other diseases on which it impacts. The aim is to get coordinated action to improve the prevention and treatment of obesity and...

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How do I cope with epilepsy after stroke?

How do I cope with epilepsy after stroke?

Written by Tom Balchin | First published on https://arni.uk.com Stroke is one of many conditions that can lead to seizures, or epilepsy. You may think of these as ‘having fits’. In the UK this condition affects just under 1% of the population. Around 5% of people who...

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