Longer life expectancy leads to a significant increase in people older than 80 years of age. That’s the benefit of modern health care. Unfortunately, an increase in life expectancy and the aging […]
Is Alzheimer’s Disease: A consequence of bad waste management in aging brain?
The brain is the organ with the highest energy consumption and cellular activity. Consequently, many waste products are produced and need to be removed from the brain and properly disposed of. This […]
Estrogen, a preventive treatment for Type 2 diabetes?
A new study published by researchers from Tulane University, New Orleans, adds a new benefit to the debated estrogen therapy. In certain types of Type 2 Diabetes, cells producing insulin are exhausted […]
A “Turbo Charge” for Your Brain?
A study by Robert Reinhart, Assistant Professor at Boston University, describes the importance of synchronized action between two brain regions, the medial frontal cortex and the lateral prefrontal cortex, for decision making […]