Articles for Tag: "neurology"

Could this daily routine prevent dementia? 
Could this daily routine prevent dementia?
An everyday task may help you to keep memory loss at bay.
Your morning headache explained 
Your morning headache explained
Have you gone to bed feeling fine, but woken up with a splitting headache?
Strokes on the rise among younger people; do you know the signs? 
Strokes on the rise among younger people; do you know the signs?
A model and social media star’s death helps raise awareness that strokes are not just an “old person’s disease.”
Why one little white lie might be dangerous 
Why one little white lie might be dangerous
One fib may not seem like a big deal, but research shows a change occurs that makes it easier to lie in the future.
Why doesn’t anyone recognize Clark Kent as Superman? 
Why doesn’t anyone recognize Clark Kent as Superman?
Researchers examine the phenomenon and reveal some surprising findings.
Can art therapy help those with early stage Alzheimer’s disease? 
Can art therapy help those with early stage Alzheimer’s disease?
A new research study looks to measure the impact. Learn more.
Is a vaccine that protects against Alzheimer’s on the horizon? 
Is a vaccine that protects against Alzheimer’s on the horizon?
Scientists believe a new formula that can prevent and slow the disease may be tested on humans within the next few years.