The unprecedented nature of the pandemic undermines how we process information and assess risk. Need proof? Look around.
Tom Seaver, like Robin Williams, had Lewy body dementia, but what is this strange illness? A neurologist explains
There is no scientific evidence to support the idea that people are visual, auditory or kinesthetic learners.
NIH study suggests our brains may use search engine strategies to remember words and memories of our past experiences.
Cluster headache can be so excruciating it is known as a “suicide headache” because many patients have suicidal thoughts during attacks.
Scent molecules can mask other scents, not by overpowering them, but by changing the way cells respond to them
Serious symptoms, like those associated with a heart attack or stroke, are still urgent during the COVID-19 pandemic, and rapid treatment is critical.
People are living longer with Parkinson’s, and medications, new and old, can and do make a difference, says expert.
Even when people document their choices ― while they still have the ability to do so ― there’s no guarantee those instructions will be honored.
It’s not just how long you live, but how vibrant you remain later in life. Exercising both your body and brain can help you stay healthier longer.
If one twin had autism, There was a 96% chance that the other had it, too. But symptom scores varied greatly between the twins.
A study showed that community water fluoridation was associated with lower IQ scores in young children. Opponents say that confirms the dangers of fluoride.
A modified protein in benign-appearing meningiomas can reveal which are truly benign and which are more dangerous and require more aggressive treatment,
In order to remember what is important, we need to forget what isn’t important.
One year after diagnosis, less than a quarter of patients had seen a dementia specialist. After five years, the percent of patients had only increased to 36%.