FDA upgrades Leqembi for AD from accelerated to traditional approval based on latest clinical data.
Beware overblown claims that autonomic testing can help almost anything.
Just another fad that oversimplifies a complex problem to sell an easy fix.
A new study in mice shows a connection between gut microbiome and willingness to exercise. Could this discovery lead to improved motivation to exercise in humans? Possibly, but we don't yet know if humans share the same pathway.
Preliminary evidence suggests a watch may help people with severe nightmares. Of course, more research is needed.
A new treatment for Alzheimer's Disease is promising, but we're not there yet.
The Bobath approach, also known as Neurodevelopmental Treatment (NDT) is widely used for cerebral palsy and stroke rehabilitation, but it's not supported by good evidence.
Routine multivitamins are likely not the best strategy for cognitive effects.
Brain stimulation for memory is interesting science, but don't believe the premature claims and hype.
A stunning case of possible fraud in Alzheimer's research reinforces the need for scientific rigor at every level.