Feeling hungry may protect the brain against Alzheimer's disease
A study in mice with genetic mutations seen in human Alzheimer's disease found that the feeling of hunger itself may protect against the disease.
View full story
Post your comment.
Microexons: Small fragments of genes, essential for neuron maturation
Insomnia can predict the appearance of back pain in adults
Parkinson's: Small molecules researched for the regeneration of dopaminergic neurons
Why some antidepressants may initially worsen symptoms
Autism, intellectual disability studied in quest for new treatment approaches
Tackling neurotransmission precision
Of bugs and brains: Striking similarities in brain structures across invertebrates
Neuro-oncologists discover cancer cells can burn acetate for fuel
Parkinson's disease reverted at experimental stage
The dementia that is not Alzheimer's disease