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Findings show that folks in their 20s and 30s with above-normal blood pressure may develop dementia or suffer a stroke later in life.
Nourish the noggin
Poor communication between areas of the brain that process what folks see may increase an individual’s risk of mental illness.
Extremely vigorous workouts trigger more of this pleasure-boosting chemical but also amplify negative feelings and pain.
The largest MRI study to date of people with bipolar disorder reveals new info about how this psychiatric condition affects the brain.
Insights on the brain patterns of people with bipolar disorder may help explain why this drug works for only 30 percent of patients.
A recent study using the skin cells of patients with this mental disorder may have uncovered how the illness develops early in life.
In the United States, about half of young people affected by bipolar disorder will attempt to end their lives.
Health researchers might now know just how stress can boost a person’s risk of cardiovascular disease.
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Older African Americans are nearly twice as likely to have Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias than their white counterparts, but many bla...
Is inflammation at the root of bipolar disorder?
A pregnant woman’s immune response to infections such as the flu can influence the likelihood there her child will go on to develop schizophre...
Various aspects of a your personality can be mapped directly to different regions of the brain.
Overeating junk food containing high amounts of fat and sugar is bad news for the brain.
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