Articles with the topic: human

An active lifestyle may make a difference to HD symptoms

An active lifestyle may make a difference to HD symptoms

More reasons to be active: a passive lifestyle may contribute to earlier onset of symptoms in HD.

Deepti BabuJanuary 10, 2011

Dimebon: disappointing in Alzheimer’s but might work in HD

Dimebon: disappointing in Alzheimer’s but might work in HD

Dimebon – disappointing results in an Alzheimer’s disease trial, but hope remains for HD.

Dr Jeff CarrollDecember 23, 2010

Does HD cause brains to develop differently?

Does HD cause brains to develop differently?

Smaller total brain volumes in male HD mutation carriers suggests brain development may be different in HD.

Dr Jeff CarrollDecember 06, 2010

Huntexil for symptoms of Huntington's disease: where are we now?

Huntexil for symptoms of Huntington's disease: where are we now?

Two clinical trials in Europe and the USA have suggested a new drug, Huntexil, might improve movements in HD. The nex

Professor Ed WildNovember 16, 2010

Minocycline: the end of the road?

Minocycline: the end of the road?

DOMINO clinical trial result: minocycline doesn’t slow down HD and shouldn’t be studied in larger trials.

Professor Ed WildNovember 10, 2010

TRACK-HD reveals significant changes in pre-symptomatic HD mutation carriers and patients

TRACK-HD reveals significant changes in pre-symptomatic HD mutation carriers and patients

The one-year report from the TRACK-HD study demonstrates a number of changes in pre-symptomatic HD-mutation carriers

Dr Jeff CarrollNovember 01, 2010