Researchers have made a promising discovery for people suffering from Alzheimer's disease. Insulin administered intranasally has lasting results for improving memory.
Researchers have identified three distinct sub-types of Alzheimer's disease. The finding could lead to new fields of highly targeted Alzheimer's research and potential new treatments for the disease.
Researchers report being obese or overweight could be a risk factor for developing meningioma brain cancer.
According to researchers, high fat diets appear to prompt microglia to start consuming synapses in mice.
Finding could point the way to new therapies to extend life and enhance healthy aging in humans.
Researchers report two consecutive nights of extended sleep may counteract the increased risk of diabetes associated with sleep loss.
A new study reports teen boys who experience a greater decline in slow wave sleep have a higher risk of developing insulin resistance than those who were able to maintain their sleep.
A drug prescribed for diabetes may help prevent TIA, recurring stroke and heart attacks in people with insulin resistance not associated with diabetes.
A new study reports Alzheimer's disease impairs insulin signalling in the hypothalamus, making it more likely that a person with Alzheimer's to develop diabetes.