A new study has highlighted the importance of immune system research in fighting Alzheimer’s disease.
New research has uncovered the key mechanism behind the interaction between small heat shock proteins and other proteins key in the development of neurodegenerative diseases.
New research has shown that ADHD children and their mothers are more likely to have shorter telomeres, potentially increasing their risk of diseases and disorders such as cancer, diabetes and obesity.
International experts call for changes in the treatment and management of Multiple Sclerosis at ECTRIMS.
Researchers find that participating in physical activity four or more days per week reduces the amount of suicidal thoughts and suicide attempts by approximately 23% in bullied students.
Preclinical study demonstrates that multiple sclerosis nerve repair could be initiated by partial blockade of a cancer-promoting pathway, providing new hope for therapeutics.
A new study has indicated that high levels of TREM2 within monocytes are linked to an increased risk of Alzheimer’s disease. The study results help to further unravel the role of the immune system within the disease.
A newly developed light-sensitive plant–human hybrid protein may effectively modulate Ca2+ channel regulation, bolstering memory formation in mice.
The 2015 Rugby World Cup has sparked discussions over the control of and education around head injuries within both rugby and other sports. We highlight some of the key focuses of the debate and key recent research articles from the journal Concussion.