Neurology Professor at Kyung Hee University Hospital Wins Best Poster Award at World Neurological Society International Symposium

Kyung Hee University Hospital Neurology Professor Wins Best Poster Award at World Neurological Society International Symposium Kyung Hee University Hospital is proud to announce that Professor Woo Ho-geol from the Department of Neurology has been honored with the Best Poster Award at the International Symposium of the World Congress of Neurology (WCN) 2023. This prestigious […]

The Rising Issue of Plantar Fasciitis: Causes, Prevention, and Stretching Exercises

Plantar Fasciitis: An Increasing Concern for Foot Pain Sufferers Walking has become a daunting task for many individuals in recent times. Among them are those who experience excruciating pain in the soles of their feet with every step they take. This condition, known as plantar fasciitis, is characterized by the inflammation of the plantar fascia […]

The Link Between Loneliness and Parkinson’s Disease: A Study Finds Increased Risk

Loneliness Linked to Increased Risk of Parkinson’s Disease, Study Finds New research conducted by a team at Florida State University has revealed a concerning connection between loneliness and the development of Parkinson’s disease. Published in the respected medical journal JAMA Neurology, the study utilized data from the UK Biobank to examine the relationship between these […]

Mild Cognitive Impairment: Understanding the Stage Between Dementia and Normal Aging

Ji-Wan Jang, a distinguished neurologist at Jiseam Hospital, sheds light on the growing interest in dementia prevention as our society ages. One term that frequently arises in discussions about dementia prevention is mild cognitive impairment (MCI), known as a stage between dementia and normal aging. But what exactly is MCI? While not everyone experiences dementia […]

Study Finds Beta-Amyloid Accumulation Linked to Cognitive Decline After Small Cerebral Infarction

Study Shows Link Between Beta-Amyloid Protein and Cognitive Decline After Small Cerebral Infarction Researchers from Korea University Guro Hospital Find Biomarker for Alzheimer’s Disease Impacts Cognitive Function A recent study conducted by Professors Seong-Hoon Kang and Chi-Kyung Kim from the Department of Neurology, along with Professor Jae-Seon Eo from the Department of Nuclear Medicine at […]

Unlocking the Power of the Brain: The Benefits of Neurobic Exercise

Neurobic Exercise: An Effective Path to Brain Fitness In the pursuit of optimal brain health, neurobic exercise has emerged as a groundbreaking technique, urging us to activate underutilized neural pathways. Similar to muscles, the brain requires regular exercise to prevent degeneration and maintain its vitality. Failure to engage it for prolonged periods can result in […]

[건강] Is Parkinson’s disease incurable? Regular treatment improves quality of life!

Department of Neurology Daejeon Eulji University Hospital Professor Park Sang-min. [충남일보 윤근호 기자] Parkinson’s disease, a degenerative disease of the brain and nervous system, is one of the three main geriatric diseases, and its incidence is steadily increasing as the population ages. According to the Health Insurance Review and Assessment Service, the number of patients […]