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This month marks the emphasize on individuals and organizations joining to support the mission to eliminate the challenges of hydrocephalus by raising awareness through education and advocacy. This is particularly important since progress in new...

A Look Back on Successful Patient Alexander Inclan Alexander Suarez-Inclan still doesn’t realize he had surgery over four years ago. Although his eyes and face were characteristically swollen following his procedure, a few days later, the...

May marks Brain Tumor Awareness Month (BTAM), an annual recognition of what we deal with year-round at Advanced Neurosurgery Associates (ANA). Since this subject is so near and dear to our hearts, we eagerly welcome...

Here’s food for thought: The average adult human brain has about 100 billion cells. Scientists used to think that past childhood, the brain stopped developing. Once all of its connections formed, they were set for...

It was once believed that the brain had a finite capacity for change or healing and that a damaged brain was beyond reasonable hope. The theory was that the brain could compensate by making new...

Want to be a superager? If that’s a question, it’s clearly a rhetorical one. A superager has a super, youthful brain. Who wouldn’t want a youthful brain?!...

As part of the public discussion —which includes scientific research findings— I have watched the issue of concussions publicized and debated. An outcry has led to better awareness and some protective measures, but the culture...