The analysis also reported an increase in Alzheimer’s drugs in development from 2016 to 2017.
Findings from four large, population-based studies have further confirmed the importance of good dietary practices in maintaining healthy brain function and reducing dementia risk.
Researchers discover latent human herpes virus 6 may interfere with the brains ability to repair damaged myelin in brain diseases such as multiple sclerosis.
Studies from University of Wisconsin highlight expanded risk factors for cognitive decline and Alzheimer’s disease
Non-elective hospital admissions found to result in a 60% rate of cognitive decline in data presented at AAIC 2017
20 US states identified as ‘dementia neurology deserts’ in data presented at the 2017 Alzheimer’s Association International Conference
A series of studies presented at AAIC have demonstrated that risk factors for dementia, such as early-life stress, may disproportionately affect African Americans, contributing to racial disparity in dementia risk.
CST5, AXIN1 and TRAIL identified patients with brain injury within an hour of the incident occurring.
Researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (Birmingham, AL, USA) have demonstrated that a small-molecule BDNF mimetic, previously shown to aid respiratory problems in Rett Syndrome, also improves spatial memory and motor function.
Neuro Central and The Drake Foundation announce the live-streaming of a debate –‘Should we retire the term concussion?’ – from the inaugural Frontiers in Traumatic Brain Injury conference.