A new study points to a potential new target to treat neurodegenerative diseases.
Are humans hardwired for transgressions? Why are some of the brain's most basic instincts considered bad behavior? Why does bad behavior come so naturally to us? National Geographic's Brain Games asks Neuroscience News.
Researchers believe many patients showing signs of dementia are being too quickly diagnose with Alzheimer's disease, when they may actually be suffering from frontotemporal dementia, thus delaying appropriate treatment.
Immune cells appear to play a direct role in the development of ALS, a new study reports.
According to researchers, FTD may be triggered by a defect in microglia.
A new study reports on a link between coprophagia and certain neurodegenerative diseases and dementias.
A new study investigates the link between frontotemporal dementia and abnormal eating behaviors.
Researchers report they have identified two regions of a mouse brain where a gene implicated in ALS is expressed.