Stiff Vessels and Low Blood Flow in the Brain Forewarn of Dementia

USC researchers plan to explore whether this early sign could be targeted by drugs already approved for treating other health conditions. A combination of high blood pressure and decreased blood flow inside the brain may spur the build-up of harmful plaque and signal the onset of #dementia, USC researchers have found. “If you have problems … Continue reading Stiff Vessels and Low Blood Flow in the Brain Forewarn of Dementia

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Get Chance to meet World Eminent Experts at Neurology Congress 2018 Japan

Meetings International proudly invites all the participants from all over the world to attend “World Congress on Neurology & Psychiatry” during June 18-20, 2018 at Tokyo, Japan. Neurology Congress 2018 will be operated by world class experts in the field of neurology and Psychiatry , International symposiums, B2B meetings, workshops will also be organised to discuss the specific … Continue reading Get Chance to meet World Eminent Experts at Neurology Congress 2018 Japan

How Prenatal Lead Exposure Results in Neurodevelopmental Disorders

During the prenatal period, the fetus begins to form one of the most complex structures in nature, the human brain. This process is called neural embryogenesis and it represents one of the most complicated processes in prenatal life. The process relies on the tight regulation of behavior of the cells that will make up the … Continue reading How Prenatal Lead Exposure Results in Neurodevelopmental Disorders

THINKING PROCEEDING AND TRANSMISSION: Suggestions for research program

Dr Fagogenis Gerasimos from Athens University School of Medicine, Greece. His current research is basically focused on transmission of human brain’s electromagnetic waves. Brain-to-brain transmission comprises not only cognitive but also sensory interpretations. The quality of perception and interaction from person to person coincides with reality in some fields while simultaneously and at any moment … Continue reading THINKING PROCEEDING AND TRANSMISSION: Suggestions for research program

How Cancer Chemotherapy Effects Brain

Although cancer chemotherapy does work very well for many cancer patients, most certainly it can also cause dangerous and permanent brain damage. Chemotherapy can change how the brain works through changing the level of neurotransmitters. It can even change the structure of the brain, reducing its volume and reducing grey matter in the brain. Eventually … Continue reading How Cancer Chemotherapy Effects Brain

Does Brain Function Improve By Moderate Alcohol Consumption?

Scientific data point to the benefits of moderate drinking: it may help to keep a higher level of cognition and prevent age-related deterioration of brain functions. The key is not to go over your limit. Keep your alcohol intake on a moderate level and stay healthy. Recent reports also brought to light the findings that … Continue reading Does Brain Function Improve By Moderate Alcohol Consumption?

Bringing Back Memories to Alzheimer’s Patients

From this study, we can infer that new memories may also still be formed in the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease in humans, but that their retrieval may be compromised. Importantly, this memory loss may be overcome using brain stimulation. Although this technology is still far from being applicable to humans, this study brings new … Continue reading Bringing Back Memories to Alzheimer’s Patients