Researchers report elevated dopamine levels may make those with schizophrenia rely more on expectations, which results in them experiencing auditory hallucinations.
The spatial dissociation in Alzheimer's disease that causes people to wander may be a result of tau accumulation in the entorhinal cortex's grid cells, a new study reports.
Researchers report boosting levels of osteocalcin in the blood may help reverse age related memory loss in mice.
Despite growing evidence linking genetics to some criminal behavior, researchers report using genetic evidence is a court room is likely not to be an effective tool in persuading juries that a defendant is less culpable for their actions.
Researchers report a group of genes previously associated with rare forms of epilepsy may also contribute to common forms of the disorder.
Columbia researchers have identified a way in which to determine if a patient with MCI may respond to cholinesterase inhibitors.
A number of recent research papers have warned about the effects of blue light emitted from smart phones can have on sleep patterns. A new study reveals wearing specially designed glasses with amber lenses, or using amber light functions on devices can reduce insomnia for those who use their phones at bed time.
Researchers report a drug developed to target amyloid plaques in those with Alzheimer's does not significantly slow cognitive decline.