Despite growing awareness and dangers of opioid diversion, misuse among the aging population has skyrocketed.
Tardive dyskinesia hits affected populations hard, especially older folks with poor support systems.
A small exploratory study provides a first look at the role of social relationships in maintaining sobriety.
Educational privilege may play major role in age-related memory loss and dementia risk.
Cataract surgery may have a salutary effect on the trajectory of cognitive decline.
New findings from a small study confirm previous research that shows a potential value of EMDR in the management of major depressive disorder.
Evaluation of allocentric spatial processing may be a much better way to determine Alzheimer disease risk than egocentric spatial processing tools.
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.