Researchers highlight some of the current strategies being pursued to help restore lost function and regenerate brain areas affected by Parkinson's disease.
Small scale study reveals Omega 3 supplements stabilized memory function in adults with Alzheimer's disease. Those who did not take omega-3 supplements showed a deterioration in memory function.
Disruption of autophagy may be at the root of the cognitive deficits experienced by those with Huntington's disease.
Kirtan Kriya, a simple meditation practice that centers on psychological and spiritual wellbeing, may help to reduce some Alzheimer's related risk factors and improve cognition in older adults.
A new model of Parkinson's disease sheds light on the asymmetrical motor symptoms, and other disorders, associated with this disease.
Embarking on a six-month aerobic exercise regime may help reduce cognitive decline for older adults living with Alzheimer's disease.
A new series of studies review the roles neuroplasticity and neurogenesis play in alcohol addiction and recovery.
While gut microbes may be associated with an increased risk of Parkinson's disease, gut fungi are not, a new study reports. The study refutes the speculation gut anti-fungal treatments are helpful for Parkinson's patients.
Major surgery can trigger different patterns of cognitive alterations depending on previous presence, or absence, of Alzheimer's pathologies.
A new study adds to the growing body of evidence that the origin of Huntington's disease is rooted in childhood. Researchers say the HTT gene mutation affects both brain and body growth during development, and the increased susceptibility of brain cell death begins early in life.