A diet rich in fermented foods, such as yogurt and kimchi, can help to improve gut microbiome diversity and reduce symptoms of chronic inflammation, a new study reports.
Chronic increases of the cytokine IL-17a circulating in the blood of mice reduced microglia activity in one region of the hippocampus, an area of the brain critical for memory and learning.
Whole-body vibration (WBV) therapy may be a way in which inflammation associated with diabetes can be controlled. WBV alters the microbiome, increasing levels of a bacterium that creates short-chain fatty acids, which help the body to better use glucose.
Researchers report those who experience chronic inflammation during middle may be at increased risk of developing cognitive and memory disorders during old age.
Researchers report helping the immune system clear away old senescent cells in aging mice helped to restore youthful characteristics. The findings could have implications for reversing the effects of aging in humans.
A new study reveals carriers of the ApoE4 gene who have chronic inflammation are more likely to develop Alzheimer's disease.
A new study provides further evidence that chronic inflammation during middle to late age can alter brain structure, resulting in poor cognition and dementia.
Peripheral inflammation is associated with brain connectivity and structure in those with rheumatoid arthritis, a new study reports.
A new paper explores different findings about the development of Alzheimer's and considers how personalized treatments may help combat this complex disease.
Using a mathematical model based on experimental data from multiple sclerosis patients, researchers performed computer simulations of the different known biological processes associated with the disease. They discovered the symptoms and disease course are produced by the same underlying mechanism that damages the nerve cells over time.
Combining a tetanus vaccine with a virus particle may prove effective as a protection against Alzheimer's. The vaccine could also be used to treat allergies and psoriasis, researchers report.