BRAIN HEALTH

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New Drug Therapy May Reduce Apathy in Patients with Alzheimer’s Disease

Apathy is one of the most prevalent behavioral symptoms of Alzheimer's disease. However, apathy in Alzheimer's patients is often under-recognized or misdiagnosed as depression.

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How Coffee Can Help Keep Your Brain Healthy

A study shows that 64 percent of Americans drink coffee daily. Does all that caffeine harm your brain?

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Research Provides New Hope for the Treatment of Patients with Neuropsychiatric Diseases

Research to understand and treat brain disease is painstaking, complicated and highly specialized work. But new treatments and possibly even cures for the brain diseases could be a reality sooner than ever thought possible.

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9 Stroke Warning Signs You Need to Know

Stroke can happen to anyone at any time – so knowing the warning signs of this medical emergency is critical.

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How an Innovative Surgery Can Reduce Epileptic Seizures

A new surgical technique offered at University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center is aimed at preserving memory and eliminating seizures from epilepsy.

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His Brain Was on National TV

A patient with early onset Parkinson’s disease, received deep brain stimulation surgery at University Hospitals, which enabled him to resume his life and return to the activities he loves.

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13 Early Signs of Alzheimer's Disease

There’s no cure for Alzheimer’s disease, making it one of the most feared and misunderstood diagnoses – for patients and, perhaps even more so, for their loved ones.

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Why You're Getting Nothing Done When You Multitask

Trying to do too many things at once provokes unhealthy stress, and may damage your brain. How to stop multitasking and avoid a cognitive meltdown.

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