Teens who find themselves in intense, controlling relationships, where they are denied healthy external friendships and self-discovery, and psychologically controlling parents, have a higher risk for high blood pressure later in life.
Study reveals a new role for a scaffolding molecule that appears to play a part in glutamate receptor transportation and ultimately, memory formation.
Exercise can have a positive benefit in preventing or slowing physical signs of Alzheimer's disease in those with a genetic predisposition.
For the first time in 100 years, life expectancy has failed to increase in the population. For the poorest 10% of women, life expectancy has declined. Mortality rates of those aged between 45 and 49 have increased as a result of suicide and substance abuse.
Expressing neuron enriched mitochondrial proteins, researchers achieved a four times higher glial cell conversion rate and simultaneously increased the speed of neural reprogramming.
Measuring blood levels of P-tau181 may allow doctors to diagnose Alzheimer's before the onset of symptoms. Elevated levels of P-tau181 in the blood were associated with greater amyloid beta accumulation in the brain and outperformed two other biomarkers in predicting signs of amyloid beta in brain scans.
Haunted house experiment shows "just the right" amount of fear is key to maximizing enjoyment.
Researchers have been able to establish the structure of the sodium-potassium pump.
In uveitis, microglia facilitates the entry of inflammatory immune cells into the retina, enabling the host immune responses to attack cells not normally recognized by the immune system.
Children raised in areas with a high risk of lead exposure have decreased brain volume and problems with cognitive performance.