Sugary Drinks Cause Aging In Brain And Poor Memory, Study FindsA pair of studies found that consuming one or more sweet drinks a day can age your brain more than three years and cause a 13 year difference in memory.
Expert Offers Advice To Keep Mind Sharp Later In LifeBeing forgetful as our hair goes gray doesn't mean we're losing it because being absent-minded is a part of normal aging.
Possibility Of Erasing Bad Memories Moves Closer Toward RealityImagine having all your bad memories erased from your mind.
Research: Autism Set In Motion Before BirthNew research points to autism being set in motion even before birth.
Sleep And Dementia: A Study In MiceHow's your thinking after a bad night's sleep?
Study: High Blood Sugar Levels Bad For MemoryNew research suggests sugar is bad for your brain, specifically your memory.
Researchers Study Possible Connection Between Minor Head Blows, Autoimmune DiseaseCan minor blows to the head, which fall short of concussion, lead to autoimmune disease later?
Study: Blood Pressure Drug May Reduce Risk For DementiaNew research shows people taking certain blood pressure drugs could be helping their brains as well.
Aspirin & Women: Young Brains In Old Age?Will a daily baby aspirin keep the brain young in old age? A study of older Swedish women suggests there may be something to that.
Pa. Reports First Meningitis Outbreak In AltoonaPennsylvania health officials have identified the state's first case of fungal meningitis linked to a deadly national outbreak involving steroid shots.
Doctors Study Use Of Progesterone In Treating Brain InjuriesProgesterone plays a role in the menstrual cycle and pregnancy, and it's made in the ovaries in women, and in the adrenal glands in women and men, and in certain nerve cells. Steroids have a protective effect on the swollen brain, and progesterone has a similar chemical structure to steroids.
Study: Patients With Brain Stents Fared WorseWhen people enter a clinical trial, they often want the experimental treatment, but that may not always be best. In fact, researchers looking at stents in the brain for stroke find that people who got these actually did worse.