Kinase p38y, a protein lost as Alzheimer's progresses, appears to have a protective effect against memory deficits associated with the disease when it is reintroduced into the brains of mice, a new study reports.
Manipulating newly identified pathways can reduce drug seeking behavior, a new study reports.
A new study reports ketamine may be a safe and effective method of treating depression in older people. The University of New South Wales study reveals ketamine was well tolerated by those with depression, and repeated treatments led to a higher likelihood of remission.
Researchers reveal participating in low impact step aerobics for five minutes following learning helped people to retain information they had just learned better than those who did not exercise.
Just one how of exercise a week can help to reduce depression risk, a new study reveals.
A new study reports the brain considers our internal voice to be the same as speaking our thoughts aloud. The findings could have important implications for understanding auditory hallucinations in Schizophrenia.
A new study reports intranasal delivery of ketamine may cause problematic side effects for some people with depression.
A new study reports children born to teenage mothers are at increased risk of being diagnosed with developmental problems by age 5 than their peers born to older mothers. Researchers also report children born to mothers over 35 may also have a slightly elevated risk of developmental issues.