A recent study found mindfulness-based cognitive therapy plus treatment-as-usual helped patients who stuck with the program.
Although intellectual stimulation and socialization are of benefit, enhanced motivational ability may be key to averting cognitive decline.
Findings from a new study may have implications in relation to early childhood interventions and later targeted pharmacotherapies for MDD.
Cortisol and thyroid hormone levels may help predict response to cholinesterase inhibitors in patients with Alzheimer disease.
A small study finds that thyroid function may meditate treatment efficacy in patients with AD.
Researchers may have cracked the code to the mystery of depression, inflammation, and C-reactive protein.
Does moderate- to high-intensity aerobic and strength exercise training slow cognitive decline over the long term? New research might surprise you.
A simple diagnostic test for Lewy body dementia?
Pretreatment assessment of functional brain connectivity in patients with major depressive disorder may predict treatment response, according to new study.
High levels of vitamin D-binding protein may hold promise for use as a diagnostic biomarker of pediatric BD.