With the demographic shift toward an increasingly elderly population, it has been predicted that the number of people afflicted with dementia will triple by 2050, with the cost to the healthcare system estimated to be $1.1 trillion.
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Research sheds light on the neural structure that controls our sleep, eating habits, hormones and more.
The use of telemedicine to ensure 24/7 access to consultation and care in rural areas is one of the major recommendations of the AHA/ASA
New technique maps life's effects on our DNA: Powerful single-cell technique to study environmental effects on DNA
FDA Allows Marketing of First Wearable, Motorized Device That Helps People With Certain Spinal Cord injuries To Walk
The developers of this eye test say it can predict the onset of Alzheimer's 15 to 20 years before clinical diagnosis.
Doctors in the US were able to keep a woman with deadly multiple myeloma - an incurable bone marrow cancer - free of all signs of living cancer cells for over 6 months.
A video recently presented at the American Academy of Neurology’s Annual Meeting in Philadelphia, PA, analyzed 1,821 brains with confirmed Alzheimer’s disease.
Assistant professor of neurobiology & behavior Kim Green and colleagues discovered that the drugs, which can be delivered orally, eradicated microglia, the primary immune cells of the brain
Insomnia Subtypes and the Subsequent Risks of Stroke - Report From a Nationally Representative Cohort