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A Common Marker Of Neurological Diseases May Play Role In Healthy Brains

Researchers have discovered that a protein called phosphorylated α-synuclein, which is associated with several neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson’s disease and Lewy body dementia, is also involved in the normal processes of how neurons communicate with each other in a healthy brain. The research, published in Neuron, was funded in part by the National Institute of Neurological Disorders ..(Read More)

Light Therapy May Ease The Agitation Of Alzheimer’s

Exposure to bright light, or light therapy, may help people with Alzheimer’s disease sleep more soundly, according to a new report. Light therapy may also help to ease depression and some of the behavioral problems like agitation that arise as Alzheimer’s progresses. Reducing such symptoms may help to ease the burden of caring for a loved one with the disease. “Light therapy improves sleep and p..(Read More)

Flagging Dementia Patients for Better Hospital Care

Cedars-Sinai investigators are using electronic health records to identify hospitalized patients likely to have dementia. The method they developed, detailed in a study published in the peer-reviewed Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, is designed to help medical staff tailor care to best serve these patients. “People with dementia or cognitive impairment can be especially vulnerable in ..(Read More)

A Weight Lifted: 70-Year-Old Bench Press Competitor Tackles Rare Cancer

In January 2023, 70-year-old fitness coach Howard Aaron was preparing for the Arnold Classic, an international weightlifting competition—one of the many he has participated in throughout his nearly 40 years as a fitness coach. In March, training came to a sudden halt. After several months in which he exhibited signs of confusion—often forgetting where he was on routine drives to work and errands ..(Read More)

Diet Quality Is Associated With Metabolites Indicative Of Cardiovascular Health Already In Childhood

A healthier diet is associated with serum metabolite concentrations indicative of better cardiovascular health already in school-aged children, a recent study from the University of Eastern Finland shows. Published in European Journal of Nutrition, the findings are from the ongoing Physical Activity and Nutrition in Children study, PANIC. Previous studies in adults have linked especially higher c..(Read More)

Nurses Face Worsening Working Conditions Amid Winter Surge In Covid And Other Respiratory Viruses, As CDC Looks To Weaken Infection Control Guidance

As Covid and other respiratory viruses are surging once again, National Nurses United’s (NNU) latest nationwide survey of more than 2,600 registered nurses reveals continued failure by health care employers to protect staff and patients from Covid-19, other significant safety issues, and the ongoing deleterious effects of the pandemic on the emotional and physical health of nurses. These already ..(Read More)

NIH Analysis Reveals A Significant Rise In Use Of Complementary Health Approaches, Especially For Pain Management

NIH analysis reveals a significant rise in use of complementary health approaches, especially for pain management What An analysis conducted by the National Institutes of Health’s National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH) reveals a substantial increase in the overall use of complementary health approaches by American adults from 2002 to 2022. The study, published in the Jour..(Read More)