A new study published in the journal Nature Metabolism indicates that anti-obesity drug liraglutide can restore associative learning impairments caused by obesity—which can hinder motivation—after just one dose.
there are things the average individual can do to reduce their risk of developing dementia, and a new study suggests that increasing eating more magnesium-rich foods may help; especially for women.
Singing is making its way to the forefront as a therapy to help patients recovering from a stroke.
You don’t need to be a doctor or caregiver to someone with a traumatic brain injury to recognize some of the visible symptoms. But new research published in the April 28, 2022 issue of JAMA Network Open indicates that head injuries of any severity may be linked to an increased risk of chronic endocrine, cardiovascular, psychiatric, and neurologic comorbidities.
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