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The Dana Alliance for Brain Initiatives' Successful Aging & Your Brain program includes live public forums, printed and printable resources, and videos.
Reviews by eminent neuroscientists of specific areas of research, including normal function, disease, and new technologies.
Briefing Papers take an in-depth look at basic and timely brain-related topics, like traumatic brain injury and obesity.
study suggests that memory changes in women in mid-life might be influenced by
dropping hormonal levels.
Two decades of cumulative genetic discoveries have shed
light on the heritability of Parkinson’s disease and uncovered novel pathways
that could provide an explanation for the progressive neuronal
degeneration associated with the disease.
hard to say, because so few studies have looked at it. A review of the
available research suggests people do ask for a drug they’ve seen advertised on
TV—and doctors do give it to them.
Migraine is not a fatal disorder but can ruin a life and a family. Clinically migraine varies from patient to patient and reflects a highly choreographed interplay between brain and the environment. Here is the latest on what now is understood about migraine and what are becoming effective drug targets for treatment.
At a recent NYAS conference, researchers compare
notes, trying to suss out why so many older people show signs of delirium just
after surgery, and to predict which ones will progress to longer-term dysfunction
and earlier-onset dementia.
World Health Organization estimates that 55 percent of individuals in developed
countries like the U.S. are not getting the mental health treatment they
require. Can mental health apps help fill the void for the millions who lack
access to in-person care?