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Weill Cornell center will aim to help cognitively impaired seniors
Drugs that quell brain inflammation reverse dementia
Proton radiotherapy better for pediatric brain cancer patients
Property Industry Leads Most Successful Wipeout Dementia to Date – $205,000 Raised
Leading local Victorian pharmacists honoured
Property Industry Embraces Corporate Social Responsibility to Wipeout Dementia
Microparticles could help fight malnutrition
Retinal imaging technology for early detection of Alzheimer’s disease
Gut may be ticket to reducing chemo’s side effects
Politicians should recognise mandatory sentencing will not make children safer
NIH grant will fund non-pharmacological pain research
How are psychiatric disorders linked to infections during pregnancy?
Research shows that early retirement can accelerate cognitive decline
Hampshire County Council and University of Southampton working together to share expertise
Tumors alone may be linked to cancer patients’ cognitive problems
Groundbreaking study to detect brain defects in babies
Study links high-salt diet and cognitive impairment
Penn Medicine Researchers Receive $9.7 Million NIH Grant to Study Traumatic Brain Injuries and Neurodegeneration
Pharmacists can help protect vulnerable older Australians
From healthy babies to green energy storage: University researchers share $9 million
Curtin health research boosted with $6m NHMRC funding
Super Antioxidant Ergothioneine Achieves GRAS Status from FDA
Low grip strength linked to impaired cognition, memory loss in older Americans
Doctors, parents warned of risks to children from low-level lead exposure
Genes linked to Alzheimer’s risk, resilience ID’d
Greater Blood Pressure Control Linked to Better Brain Health
Researcher discusses mystery of why we sleep
Measuring Brain’s Amyloid Buildup Less Effective in Identifying Severity, Progression of Alzehimer’s Disease Compared to Other Imaging Methods
Police charge man over sexual and indecent assaults of two teenage girls in care
$47 million grant to explore how a healthy lifestyle changes aging brain
Over-the-counter supplement could be key to protecting babies’ brains
Beyond finding a gene
AAIC 2019 Highlights New Research Showing Healthy Lifestyle May Offset Environmental
HIV DNA that lingers in spinal fluid may be linked to cognitive problems
HIV Persists in Spinal Fluid, Linked to Cognition Problems
Major donation to accelerate neurodegenerative disease research at Imperial
Darwin conference calls for services to stop revolving door of prison
New toolkit guides health-care professionals to assess dementia in a new way
Antioxidant puts up fight
Dementia Australia calls for people living with dementia to be a focus this World Elder
Home exercise program reduces rate of falling in at-risk seniors
A Stronger Prison System To Keep People Safe
Virtual reality can spot navigation problems in early Alzheimer’s disease
Humanizing speech in deaf-blind community
New approach to ‘thinking errors’