A new collection of articles explores mapping brain overexcitability that underpins the dysregulation of vigilance, sleep-wake cycles, and validating effective biomarkers for Alzheimer's disease.
The presence of p-syn on the skin distinguishes people with Parkinson's disease from those with Parkinson's symptoms associated with other neurological disorders.
Cognitive deficits as a result of long-COVID can be significantly improved within 3 - 4 days following alternating non-invasive brain stimulation using microcurrents.
Researchers examine how neuroimmune interactions promote brain plasticity and shed new light on how neuroimmune activity may have implications for a range of disorders, including neurological changes experienced by COVID-19 survivors.
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.