Each year, over half a million people experience a stroke for the first time. Today many things can be done at the hospital to help.
We need to screen for dementia because there are things we can do to slow down progress and possibly buy time until better drugs come along.
The effects of a stroke depend on several things including the location of the damage and how much of the brain is affected.
Researchers are looking at what parts of the brain control the ‘fight or flight’ response.
We know there are brain cells in specific parts of the brain that seem to turn on only in response to pictures or individual images.
A study of over 32,000 women has been released that takes a look at what can be done to reduce the incidence of stroke.
According to new research, stress and personality may influence a person’s lifestyle choices, which could lead to Alzheimer’s.
A study by the nation’s largest brain bank found evidence of a degenerative brain disease in 76 of 79 former football players it examined.
It’s a phenomenon called “Sleep Drunkenness” or “Confusional Arousal.” For the one out of seven Americans who do suffer from this, it’s a major issue.
You’ve heard of sleep apnea and sleepwalking, but what about “sleep drunkenness”?
Depression, stress, anxiety, and other emotional states really do affect your cardiovascular health.
A new, simple test that can be done at home might help save the lives of people with irregular heartbeats.
Learning to sing promotes structural changes in the brain that help you learn and think quicker on your feet.
Researchers believe that chronic alcoholics may drink, in part, to alleviate a deficit in serotonin.
An Italian study found babies who grow up in a bilingual home may enjoy greater mental flexibility before they even learn to talk.