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VIDEO: How can we protect our brains?

September 18, 2017

NEW ORLEANS — “Something I’m seeing more and more are the consequences of either major traumatic brain injury in a single episode in older adults, as well as the effects of repeated, concussive-type injuries in younger adults, who are unfortunately developing early-onset Alzheimer’s disease,” George Grossberg, MD, of Saint Louis University School of Medicine, St. Louis, Missouri, told

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Psych Congress keynote: What you eat affects how you feel

September 16, 2017
NEW ORLEANS — In a keynote address here at Psych Congress, Timothy S. Harlan, MD, FAPC, of Tulane University, discussed the importance of nutrition in…
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What to look forward to at Psych Congress

September 14, 2017
The 30th annual Psych Congress will take place in New Orleans from Saturday, Sept. 16 through Tuesday, Sept. 19. As Psych Congress approaches,…
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AHA/ASA: Heart-healthy lifestyle also benefits brain health

September 7, 2017
A heart-healthy lifestyle can improve brain health in adults and reduce the risk for cognitive decline, including dementia, according to a presidential advisory from the…
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The Use of Hypnotics to Treat Sleep Problems in the Elderly

Psychiatric Annals, July 2015, Volume 45 Issue 7
Sleep problems are common in the elderly, with a prevalence of close to 50% in those older than age 65 years. Older…
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Neurocognitive Disorders: February 2016

Keck School of Medicine of USC and Psychiatric Annals

Cognition, the ability to think, remember, plan, navigate successfully through one’s environment, learn, respond…
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VIDEO: Vitamin D, fish oil for prevention of late-life depression

June 1, 2016
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