Why Make a Donation?
This year approximately 44,000 people across Ireland will be diagnosed with a neurological condition, that’s in addition to the 700,000 people already diagnosed. Today with a ratio of just 1 per 140,625 people, Ireland has the lowest number of Consultant Neurologists per head of population in the entire western world. The Dublin Neurological Institute will go a long way towards improving the care and services available for neurological patients but we need your help to continue funding this essential facility. If you would like to make a donation please follow the 'Donate' link on the top right hand corner of this page.
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Brain Activity ‘key in stress link to heart disease’
The effect of constant stress on a deep-lying region of the brain explains the increased risk of heart attack, a study in The Lancet suggests.
You can read more about the study at this link on the BBC News Website.