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Alzheimer’s Prevention Program: Keep Your Brain In Your Life

(Visit: Someone in America is diagnosed with Alzheimer's every 68 seconds. Is there a way to keep the disease at bay? Dr. Gary Small, a professor of psychiatry and director of the UCLA Lifestyle Center at Umelag Center, suggests that there may be. Minor as he explores the relationship between lifestyle choice and receptivity Learn …

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UKE: Video games increase brain volume – Hamburg – Neighborhood News

Hamburg. The city through which the patients of Professor Jürgen Gallinat cycle could not be more beautiful. Well maintained trails lead to fountains and small shops, hairdressers, bakers, shoe stores. They all want to be supplied – by a postman who uses a small map to roam the streets of the virtual small town. A …

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Tatort thriller with brain researchers

In the thirtieth year of service of television commissioner Odenthal, the thriller "Maleficius" raises the question of when modern medicine hurts. Ludwigshafen (dpa) l Professor Bordauer has a dangerous dream. The neuroscience researcher wants to "repolarize" pedophiles, cure Alzheimer's disease and give up Blade – with the help of artificial intelligence and high technology in …

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Best supplements for the brain: The vitamin supplement that has been proven to improve brain function

Supplements could help the brain improve its ability to concentrate and improve its productivity, as well as its learning abilities. With so many additions, it is easy to rethink those who are most useful and those who are least effective. B vitamins are known to improve energy, concentration and alertness. In essence, B vitamins are …

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Traumatic brain injury can promote Alzheimer's disease | MDR.DE

According to one study, cranio-cerebral trauma can lead to long-lasting neurodegeneration. Researchers from Imperial College London have discovered it. "Research has shown that a cranio-cerebral trauma can trigger a progressive accumulation of tau, a protein that degenerates the brain and plays an important role in Alzheimer's disease," write the researchers in a summary. Until now, …

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How is Brain Surgery Performed?

Dr. Greg Foltz of the Swedish Institute of Neurosciences describes the course and frequency of brain surgery. A computerized brain map creates a 3D representation of the patient's brain. Once inside, physical mapping occurs. An accurate ultrasound machine is used to remove a brain tumor. For more information on brain tumors, visit