Neuroscience

Exercise, Medical News, Mood disorders, Neurocognitive disorders, Neuroscience, World health
Physical exercise associated with lower long-term incidence of anxiety

Over the course of a multidecade longitudinal study, the researchers discovered that exercise reduces the risk of incurring future anxiety disorders by 62%. In a recently published study, a Swedish

Alzheimer's disease, Longevity, Medical News, Neurocognitive disorders, Neuroscience
New Dementia biomarkers found in blood could open doors to new therapies for Alzheimer’s disease

A new study claims to have discovered 33 metabolites that are linked with dementia. The finding may provide the foundation for a possible future cure for this disease currently afflicting

COVID-19 news, Medical News, Neurocognitive disorders, Neuroscience, Post-COVID-19 syndrome, World health
People previously hospitalized due to COVID-19 show significant decreases in cognition

According to a new study, people who were previously infected with SARS-CoV-2 showed a substantial decrease in cognitive function, with those being hospitalized showing a 7-point decrease in IQ, on

Epilepsy, Medical News, Neurocognitive disorders, Neuroscience
New finding shows microglia serve a previously unknown role in neuronal-healing

The University of Virginia research team found that the microglia healed the damaged cells, rather than consuming them, by forming a pouch around the damaged cells, coined “microglial process pouches”

Medical News, Neuroscience, Post-COVID-19 syndrome, Symptoms
Researchers find an alternative route for SARS-CoV-2 to infect brain

Researchers at University of California San Diego School of Medicine have built a stem cell model that helps explain how SARS-CoV-2 reaches the brain. Clinical evidence suggests that SARS-CoV-2 can

Autism spectrum disorders, Medical News, Neurodevelopmental disorders, Neuroscience, Pediatrics
Human gene variant directly linked to autism spectrum disorders

When wild-type mice were given the challenge of switching between two activities at random, they adapted quickly, but SUV39H2-deficient animals took much longer. Critical genes that are typically repressed throughout