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New survey results suggested that family health supporters would like to be more involved in their loved one's care.
Family helpers want more involvement in chronic disease care
A recent study found cognitive training improved memory function in participants with mild cognitive impairment.
Can we train our brains to fight cognitive disease?
New research found the amount of caffeine in the blood could be an easy way to diagnose Parkinson's disease.
Caffeine blood levels could diagnose Parkinson’s disease
A research team from the University of Utah Health developed an app to motivate Type 2 diabetes patients to get regular physical activity.
A new app motivates diabetic patients to get regular physical exercise.
Regular exercise can improve memory and thinking in those with mild cognitive impairment.
An exercise a day keeps the Alzheimer’s away
New research found a modest survival advantage in Parkinson's patients who received deep brain stimulation.
Treatment stimulates life expectancy rates in Parkinson's patients
A new study found that a short burst of exercise leads to immediate cognitive improvement.
Boost brain power in just 10 minutes
A recent study discovered a connection between changes in the brain’s anatomy and early signs that could help develop a non-invasive test to detect Alzheimer’s disease.
Can a simple brain scan detect Alzheimer’s disease?
New research provided an example of how genomics can help develop new medical approaches and advanced understanding of Parkinson’s disease.
Is Parkinson's disease in your genes?
A new cost analysis study conducted by researchers at the University of Chicago Medicine identified a treatment plan to save diabetes patients significant amounts of money.
Personalized treatment can lower health care costs for diabetes patients.
A new study analyzed the physical, psychological, social and spiritual factors that affect the quality of life in older adults with cancer.
Searching for happiness in adults with cancer
Taking cues from cancer treatment and research, this new approach to dementia and Alzheimer's focuses on individuals.
Personalized neurogenerative disease treatment and research takes cues from cancer innovations.
By studying MS and gene therapy in mice, researchers may be on the path to reversing the disease in humans.
Gene therapy and a T cell-blocking medication could be the key to reversing MS.
Certain dementia patients present greater risk for aggressive behavior.
Dementia-related aggression could be more problematic than similar behaviors in Alzheimer's because of where each disease affects the brain.
The MasSpec Pen can make cancer surgery faster and safer.
Both surgeons and patients have more peace of mind with a new cancer identification tool.
Red meat and poultry consumption at high levels could increase diabetes risk.
While not as risky as read meat, white meat also has links with diabetes.
The shingles vaccine could help with arthritis treatment.
A shingles vaccine could have twofold benefits for arthritis patients.
A new study, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association Ophthalmology, has revealed a link between visual impairment and a higher risk of cognitive problems, as well as dementia.
A new study, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association Ophthamology, has revealed a link between visual impairment and a higher risk of cognitive problems, as well as dementia.
A research project, published in the Journal of the American Geriatric Society has found that practicing tai chi can help older adults lower their risk of experiencing falls.
A research project published in the Journal of the American Geriatric Society has found that practicing tai chi can help older adults lower their risk of experiencing falls.
It is important for individuals to take steps to reduce the likelihood of tick bites.
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