A vlogger with brain cancer documents his surgery to remove a tumour, during which he was awake, and elders react to the video.
A video from a patient living with Alzheimer’s disease, entered in the Neuro Film Festival video contest. Enter your own 5:00 video before January 31.
How do you take public education about a serious medical emergency and turn it into a funny video? With neon leggings, goofy dancing, and a doctor on the street.
Another great entry in the 2012 Neuro Film Festival contest, hosted by the American Academy of Neurology, this five minute video explores the concept of invisible disability from traumatic brain injuries.
A lovely short video about living with Parkinson’s Disease, entered in the 2012 Neuro Film Festival video contest.
A neurologist describes three cases of patients with Tourette syndrome who received DBS implants, and the need for further research on the best placement of the devices.
A moving story about Alzheimer’s, beautifully illustrated with charcoal drawings, set to a jazz song.
A neurologist reports on a meta-analysis that found exercise affects brain health in animal models, and suggests it can modify cognitive outcomes with normal aging and perhaps reduce the risk of neurodegenerative disease like dementia.
Interview with sleep psychologist Shelby Harris on adjusting circadian rhythms, sleep hygiene, dreams, nightmares and sleep paralysis, narcolepsy, and more.
A woman with epilepsy describes her experiences, lifestyle and recovery in an inspiring short documentary.