A Wake-Up Call: Substance Abuse Among Older Adults
Despite growing awareness and dangers of opioid diversion, misuse among the aging population has skyrocketed.
An Equal-Opportunity Condition
Tardive dyskinesia hits affected populations hard, especially older folks with poor support systems.
Ensuring Sobriety-Supportive Relationships
A small exploratory study provides a first look at the role of social relationships in maintaining sobriety.
New Insights on Episodic Memory
Educational privilege may play major role in age-related memory loss and dementia risk.
The Cognitive Toolbox: Do the Eyes Have It?
Cataract surgery may have a salutary effect on the trajectory of cognitive decline.
Depression Relief in the Eye of the Beholder
New findings from a small study confirm previous research that shows a potential value of EMDR in the management of major depressive disorder.
Lost in Space: Advances in Spatial Memory as a Prognostic Tool
Evaluation of allocentric spatial processing may be a much better way to determine Alzheimer disease risk than egocentric spatial processing tools.
The Benevolent Effects of Mindfulness and Self-Compassion
A recent study found mindfulness-based cognitive therapy plus treatment-as-usual helped patients who stuck with the program.
The Role of Motivation in Preventing Dementia
Although intellectual stimulation and socialization are of benefit, enhanced motivational ability may be key to averting cognitive decline.
Adult Depression Linked to Gene Alteration from Childhood Emotional Trauma
Findings from a new study may have implications in relation to early childhood interventions and later targeted pharmacotherapies for MDD.
Thyroid May Hold the Cognitive Key
Cortisol and thyroid hormone levels may help predict response to cholinesterase inhibitors in patients with Alzheimer disease.
Exploring Alzheimer Disease as the Hyperthyroid Brain
A small study finds that thyroid function may meditate treatment efficacy in patients with AD.
Inflamed Depression: A Subsyndrome of MDD?
Researchers may have cracked the code to the mystery of depression, inflammation, and C-reactive protein.
Brains, Brawn, and Dementia
Does moderate- to high-intensity aerobic and strength exercise training slow cognitive decline over the long term? New research might surprise you.
The "Eyes" Have It
A simple diagnostic test for Lewy body dementia?
Connecting the Dots to Better Antidepressant Response
Pretreatment assessment of functional brain connectivity in patients with major depressive disorder may predict treatment response, according to new study.
Neuroimaging Advances in Pediatric Bipolar Disorder
High levels of vitamin D-binding protein may hold promise for use as a diagnostic biomarker of pediatric BD.
A Call to Selective Dementia Screening
A new study makes the case for universal screening in patients who appear to be most vulnerable to underdiagnosis.
Parent Training for Children With ADHD
A structured training program for parents of children with ADHD was highly successful in ameliorating a number of behaviors and symptoms associated with the disorder.
Advances in Alzheimer Diagnosis: Coming to a Lab Near You?
The amyloid-β42/40 ratio should be included as a cerebrospinal fluid biomarker for Alzheimer disease, according to a new study.
Neuroticism and Guardedness May Herald Alzheimer Disease
New-onset neuroticism and guardedness may be incipient signs of Alzheimer Disease, according to a new study.
Preventing ADHD in Pregnancy?
Pregnant women should maintain higher high-density lipoprotein levels for adequate fetal brain development and reduction of ADHD risk, according to a new study.
Premature Infants Particularly Vulnerable to ADHD
Preterm birth and low birth weight can heighten the risk by at least 2-fold.
Impact of Racial Differences in Alzheimer Biomarkers
What underlies the higher prevalence of Alzheimer disease among older African Americans?
Women Face Greater Challenges With Alzheimer Disease Than Men
A look at sex differences in the neuropsychological deficits of Alzheimer disease.
A Game Plan for Prevention of Antidepressant Adverse Effects
Recommendations from an international panel of experts on the management of MDD.
MDD: Closing in on the Right Drug at the Right Dose
Here: an alternative to the trial-and-error method that can boost treatment response rates.
Good Vibes About Early Diagnosis of Alzheimer Disease
Blood-based vibrational spectroscopy shows promise as a screening tool for dementia.
Crazy Work Hours Do Not Drive Dementia
A look at the impact of shift work and long hours on cognitive function.
Curb Your Enthusiasm for ACE Inhibitors in Alzheimer Disease
Recent findings challenge the notion that these agents can provide sustained protection against cognitive decline.
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