New research has found that symptoms, like brain fog, may be the result of a long COVID brain injury which may lead to cognitive and mental health issues that persist for years. The researchers stated that long COVID-19 can cause… Read More »Evidence indicates long COVID could be a brain injury
People are afraid of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease since we don’t understand the diseases very well. But there’s some good news — a recent paper stated that walking could reduce the risk of dementia — could it be that simple?… Read More »Does walking reduce risk of dementia? Study seems to say yes
A UCSF study found no difference in neurodevelopment for children of vaccinated mothers compared to unvaccinated. A temporary neurodevelopmental delay in males at 12 months was not sustained at 18 months and mirrored COVID-exposed infants’ outcomes. The CDC recommends vaccination during pregnancy for better birth and child development outcomes.
Every Thanksgiving, someone brings up the fact that the tryptophan in turkey is what causes everyone to be sleepy. It’s not.
According to new research, there appears to be no link between several adult vaccines and multiple sclerosis flare-ups.
New research shows that depression during a person’s early to middle years can lead to an increased risk of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
Are there links between COVID-19 vaccines and neurological adverse events? Researchers are trying to determine if there are causal links.
New research shows that their may be a gene that is responsible for both a risk of Alzheimer’s disease risk and COVID-19.
New study shows that exercise may not have an effect on cognitive decline, dementia, or Alzheimer’s disease.
There are many claims that the ginkgo biloba supplement has a positive effect on cognitive health including reducing the effects of dementia.