Preventative strategies against atherosclerosis during mid-life can help decrease dementia risks associated with aging.
Irregular sleep patterns have been linked to an increased risk of developing metabolic disorders such as diabetes and obesity.
Researchers report sleeping less than six hours a night may increase your risk of developing cardiovascular disease compared to those who sleep the recommended eight hours per night.
Researchers report senescent, or Zombie, cells accumulate in certain neurons prior to cognitive loss. By preventing accumulation of these cells, researchers were able to diminish apoptosis, memory loss and tau aggregation.
A new study provides further evidence that chronic inflammation during middle to late age can alter brain structure, resulting in poor cognition and dementia.
Researchers report middle aged people expressing cardiovascular risk factors, including diabetes and high blood pressure, have an increased risk of developing dementia later in life.
Study helps shed light on the impact of microinfarcts.
Researchers believe they may have discovered what causes Meniere's disease and how to treat it.
Researchers adapt a medical test, previously developed to measure a toxin found in smokers, to measure the same toxin in people suffering from MS and spinal cord injuries.