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While probiotics work solely in the intestines, thanks to the gut-brain connection, the work done there can impact your mental health as well.
Understanding sex differences in human brains is crucial for the implementation of precision medicine in Alzheimer's Disease-it may also help us find a cure.
Studies show lies increase with repetition but only when the participant benefited. Self-interest is the thing that pushes people down that slippery slope.
New research finds that dementia has a substantial impact on the costs and prevalence of certain common comorbid conditions compared with matched individuals without dementia.
We can make choices to protect our brains & prevent late-life Alzheimer’s by following some steps proven to prevent dementia & sharpen your mind.
in a landmark decision on June 25, 2018, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the first-ever marijuana-derived drug called Epidiolex. It will be used to treat seizures associated with two rare and severe forms of epilepsy.
A new study shows that aggressively treating blood pressure to a target of 120 mmHg was associated with a lower risk of mild cognitive impairment (MCI) and dementia compared to a group treated to a target of 140 mmHg or less.
Data from the A-List, an online community of people & caregivers living with dementia, is being used to shape many aspects of care including drug development.
Biogen's Alzheimer's disease drug, BAN 2401, recently showed promising results but there are outstanding questions about the study design & statistical analysis.
The lesser-known non-movement symptoms of Parkinson's Disease are often ignored and underreported. They can be hard to manage and create challenges in everyday living. The PMDAlliance created The emPowered! tool to help facilitate communications between doctors and people with Parkinson’s about these bothersome symptoms.
Stephen Hawking overcame the physical affliction of his degenerative neurologic disease (ALS) with his soaring optimism going on to become one of the world's most famous theoretical physicists. Unique aspects of the human brain help explain why.
People are often aware of Parkinson's motor symptoms (slowness, tremor, stiffness) but since the disease involves many parts of the brain, it should not be surprising that symptoms go well beyond motor.