Trazodone is a drug use to treat depression. But a recent research stated that this medicine could possibly treat or at some point reduce the risk of dementia.
Hepatitis B and C are found to increase the risk of Parkinson's Disease in a UK study although the reason is still unknown.
Aquatic therapy is a delight for people with chronic pain from orthopedic and neurological disorders. In Minneapolis, physical therapists are seeing more and more clients participating in this unique form of physical therapy.
Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease, also associated with protein misfolding, takes months or years to diagnose.
Shark Antibodies pave new ways to get therapeutic medicines into the brain. This can help treat brain diseases such as Alzeihmer's and Parkinson's.
Exercise can reportedly delay the brain degeneration among people with Parkinson's disease.
Living near a major roadway could increase risk of developing dementia.
Scientists have discovered a new single protein that may hold promise for the treatment of neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimers', Parkinson's, ALS and more.
Caffeine has few proven medical good effects on the human body.
John Hopkins-based scientists are working on a lab grown mini-replica of human brain in an attempt to understand brain diseases better and replace animal drug testing.
Frequent exposure to environmental toxin, BMAA, is not good for one's brain health, a new study is reporting.
According to one study, drinking milk can put you at a greater risk of Parkinson’s disease. The study that was published in the Journal Neurology found a link between the development of the disease and the contaminants that are found in milk.
In a recent study, researchers used stem cells to treat Parkinson's disease in rats.
Experiencing migraines in middle age increases the risk of Parkinson's disease and other movement disorders, according to a new study.
Although depression is one of the common symptoms of Parkinson's disease, it remains untreated for many patients, according to a new study.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.