The sensation of dizziness and lightheadedness upon standing up is called orthostatic hypotension. Scientists reveal that the phenomenon is linked to increased risk of dementia and ischemic stroke.
Alzheimer's is a devastating disease — and what's worse is a large part of the disease is still a mystery. A new study sheds some light in one of the factors that could contribute to Alzheimer's: high blood pressure.
People suffering from persistent moderate to severe pain were more likely to experience brain changes linked to increase risk of dementia.
People diagnosed with severe mental illness were over 50 percent more likely to develop cardiovascular diseases, compared to the general population.
Drinking diet sodas in a daily basis can have a negative impact on mental health.
The potential of marijuana and other cannabis products to help treat dementia and other disorders have appeared time and time again in various researchers. However, further research into testing these potential medications have been continuously blocked by the law.
More reports are starting to emerge about the possible relationship between the pollution in the air and neurological diseases. This poses yet another dangerous threat to the mental health of people in high-risk cities that have a lot of air pollution.
A new study from the University of Eastern Finland revealed that men who frequent to sauna baths were less likely to be diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia.
Researchers has come up with a detection tool based on the novel machine learning approach could identify comprehensive profiles for predicting dementia.
In a report published recently by JAMA Internal Medicine, Dr. Kenneth M. Langa and his team demonstrated how prevalence of dementia in the United States have decreased in the last decade or so.
A study found out that exposure to cosmic rays might be harmful to the cognitive health of astronauts.
New studies suggest that early signs of Alzheimer’s disease could be detected through a person’s eyes and nose.
Researchers at Georgetown made first ever diagnosis of dementia in an elderly HIV-positive patient.
A new study suggests that factors such as gender and mental activity can raise the risk of Alzheimer’s disease.