Articles related to COGNITION/MEMORY
Research Implicates Calcium in ‘Chemobrain,’ Pointing the Way Toward Potential Therapy
The discovery that chemotherapy-induced cognitive impairment, or “chemobrain,” may be linked to an excess of calcium inside cells opens new avenues for potential therapies. This breakthrough could lead to treatments that restore cognition in patients experiencing these symptoms.
Neurology November 1st 2023
5 Tips to Stave Off Dementia as You Age
Discover evidence-based lifestyle modifications that can help your patients possibly slow down dementia onset. Learn more about how physical activity, a healthy diet, and blood pressure management can play a crucial role in preventing this disease.
Geriatrics October 10th 2023
Brain Fitness Program Improves Symptoms in Patients with ADHD, PCS, Memory Loss
Discover how a 12-week “brain fitness” program has shown promising results in improving neurocognitive measures and symptoms in patients with ADHD, post-concussion syndrome, and memory loss.
Neurology October 3rd 2023
The Discovery of a New Kind of Cell Shakes Up Neuroscience
Discover the groundbreaking research that identifies a new type of brain cell with implications for memory, movement, and neurological disorders. Learn how this discovery could offer new therapeutic avenues for conditions like epilepsy and Parkinson’s disease.
Neurology September 12th 2023
Cognitive Biotype, New Depression Subtype, Resistant to Common Antidepressants
Discover the implications of a newly identified depression subtype, “cognitive biotype,” which not only presents with significant cognitive impairments but also shows resistance to standard antidepressant treatments.
Neurology August 30th 2023