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Movement disorders remain predominant in neurological diseases, with ongoing challenges in diagnosis, yet research has helped with treatment.
Mother’s Day offers a chance to explore the mental health challenges that expectant and new mothers face
New research suggests that it might be time to reconsider what we think we know about tobacco use disorder (TUD) in the United States.
Celebrities have started taking mental health breaks from their careers, which represents a growing public acceptance of the practice.
Harvard University researchers found a promising link between olive oil consumption and a reduced risk of dementia-related mortality.
A new study reveals that rats fed a junk food diet showed impaired memory, potentially linked to decreased acetylcholine levels.
Despite progress, addiction remains a persistent challenge for caregivers, whether its alcohol, opioids, or the rise of zombie drugs.
New research explores the originas of relationship trauma, highlighting the role of mindfulness in fostering healthier dynamics.
New research suggests that it might be time to reconsider what we think we know about tobacco use disorder (TUD) in the United States.