Researchers have mapped out a circuit of neurons responsible for motor impairment in Parkinson's disease patients.
A new neuroimaging study links neurobiological changes to the cognitive impairments associated with some common, over the counter medications.
Researchers have identified a unique memory suppressor gene that may be useful for developing new treatments for Alzheimer's disease.
Researchers have developed several new lipid based diets that appear to slow the progression of Alzheimer's in mouse models of the disease.
A new study reports Parkinson's patients who take anticholinergic medications show no significant decline in cognitive performance from those who do not take the medications.
Acetylcholine regulates glutamate signaling in the habenula, reinforcing nicotine addiction, researchers report.
A new study reports nicotine reduces the sleep inducing effects of alcohol.
A new study reports cholinergic neurons in the basal forebrain respond to reward and punishment with unusual speed and precision.
A new study reports new nerve cell connections on sensory cells could contribute to age related hearing loss.
New research significantly advances understanding of how drugs activate receptors.
A new study identifies a possible biomarker for predicting whether preterm infants are at risk for developing motor developmental problems.
A new study finds that between ages 3 and 10, children with ASD exhibit distinct brain chemical changes which differ from children with developmental delays and those considered to undergo typical neurodevelopment.