Participants in the top 25% for estimated annual mercury intake had a twofold higher risk of developing amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.
Browsing: risk factor
International study highlights ionizing radiation as a potential risk factor for Alzheimer’s disease
Danish study indicates that risk of depression is significantly increased following stroke, with risk highest in three months following stroke.
A 6 year trial in the Netherlands has evaluated the impact of vascular care in preventing dementia.
We delve in to one of the most talked about journal articles of last month, discussing key findings and take-home implications.
A novel method for calculating genetic risk score for Alzheimer’s disease has been tested in individuals as young as 18 years old.
A higher proportion of the general population may possess the 36 or more CAG repeats associated with the mutant HTT gene than previously estimated.
A new Mayo Clinic study has identified a potential link between smoking cessation and increase in Parkinson’s disease incidence.
This article discusses the feasibility of combining SNP associations in order to predict individual risk of migraine.
A new study has highlighted a potential link between an increased risk of dementia, particularly Alzheimer’s disease, and individuals with Rosacea.