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People with disabilities receive less preventive care and suffer from poorer health, as well as more coexisting medical conditions.
About 5% of veterans with dementia had evidence of liver cirrhosis, which can lead to cognitive impairment.
HIV-positive people have risk factors, including chronic inflammation and comorbidities, that increase the likelihood of long-term symptoms.
ADHD usually manifests in childhood. But what if COVID-19 has shown that such neurodiversity can develop at any age?
Bread, pasta, rice and other whole grain foods helped protect older Black adults from cognitive decline.
By reducing pain, over-the-counter cannabis products may help patients think more clearly.
Will Leqembi’s primary benefit—a slight slowing of decline in cognition and functioning—make a difference to patients and family members...
The first studies, launched on July 31, will focus on viral persistence and cognitive dysfunction.
While patient advocates are celebrating, critics predict the rollout of Leqembi will aggravate racial disparities in elder care.
Restoration of gut function and microbial diversity could lead to improvement of hepatic encephalopathy.
A large clinical trial found that daily multivitamins led to modest improvements in memory over a three-year period.
Cancer patients who used cannabis had less pain, slept better and seemed to think more clearly.
Findings from NIH study offer insight into biological mechanisms, pointing to possible treatments.
Researchers encourage additional studies to determine why Black and Latino people experience long COVID symptoms more than white people.
Findings from small NIH study could provide insight into long-term neurological symptoms of COVID-19.
However, people who are not successfully treated may continue to experience declines in mental health.
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