In announcing positive results from a trial evaluating donanemab, Eli Lilly reported that the monoclonal antibody drug slowed cognitive decline among people with Alzheimer’s disease. The study
With a deep brain stimulation device called a “memory prosthesis,” researchers hope that they may one day be able to improve memory in people who
What happens in the brain on the verge of death? For hundreds of years, stories told by people who have come back from the brink
Building on previous research that showed how epidural electrical stimulation (EES) can help restore walking ability in people with spinal cord injuries, neuroscientists have now
Neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and Parkinson’s disease, are often associated with the build-up of cellular debris, like misfolded proteins, within the brain.
Human brains consist of around 86 billion neurons that connect and communicate with each other, forming an intricate network. Understanding how the human brain functions
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