The new retrospective population-based cohort study from the Mayo Clinic included data from 1993 patients with polyneuropathy.
Strategic brain training correlated with increased cortical thickness and resting-state functional connectivity changes in individuals who had suffered a traumatic brain injury years before.
Research suggests that family history explains conflicting study results for Alzheimer’s disease risk gene TOMM40.
This Review from Neurodegenerative Disease Management explores light therapy for Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias, and how to maximize treatment impact.
Jutley et al. discuss established glaucoma treatments, review promising new neuroprotective agents, and explore potential future treatments targeting the neurodenegerative processes in glaucoma.
In this perspective article, the authors draw attention toward the pharmacoepigenomic influence of antipsychotic drugs, and distinguish its significance from therapeutic response and schizophrenia pathogenesis.