The authors review the currently literature on the effect of subconcussive head impacts on youth and high school-age male football players, providing compelling evidence for more focused studies of these effects in these vulnerable populations.
This article reviews the field of amyloid-beta immunotherapy for the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease.
A group at Yale University (CT, USA) have developed a new method for quantifying synaptic density within the human brain.
Comparison of brain amyloid levels with spinal fluid amyloid may provide a new way of identifying early signs of Alzheimer’s disease.
Machine learning could be utilized in combination with arterial spin labeling imaging to effectively identify and diagnose dementia.
Novel imaging technique may help predict stroke patients that will benefit from endovascular therapy
A new study from the National Institute of Health, National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (MD, USA) has indicated a potential link between the extent of damage to the blood-brain barrier following stroke and the severity of bleeding following invasive stroke therapy.
Researchers have conducted a meta-analysis on the effects of ecstasy on different brain regions, demonstrating its influence on neurons in the serotonin pathway.
Brain scanning techniques reveal the effects of LSD on the human brain for the first time.
A study of retired NFL players has revealed significantly higher rates of traumatic brain injury in comparison to the general population.