Brain Health

The Pharmacy Times® Brain Health resource center provides clinical news and articles, coverage from conferences and meetings, links to condition-specific resources, and videos and other content.

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Children with a previous diabetes diagnosis showed lower performances compared with newly diagnosed children, suggesting that the deficits may worsen over time.
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Take note of patients’ emotional states, family and social history, health challenges and conditions, and personality.
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Study participants who had dietician sessions, an exercise physiologist session, and online brain training had higher cognition scores after 6 months.
 
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Study results provide an opportunity for pharmacists to ensure their patients are on an appropriate dosage or to council on alternatives for older adults at risk of cognitive decline.
 
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Iron deposits may be the cause of cognitive decline in those who have high alcohol consumption, which vitamin B1 may help prevent.
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Mindfulness training may hold the key to reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease, which is rapidly becoming the leading cause of death worldwide. 

 
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Necessary measures taken during the pandemic may exacerbate some underlying factors that can lead to decline.
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Necessary measures taken during the pandemic may exacerbate some underlying factors that can lead to decline.
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A study linked cognitive impariment to worse prognoses in a larger group of heart failure patients.
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Adding a few practices to one’s daily routine can help to mitigate the effects from some of the challenges in daily life that can impair mental cognition.
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As misconceptions surround some OTC supplements, changes to the diet may be beneficial in supporting brain health in populations experiencing age-related memory loss.
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Study finds a link between lower cognitive functioning in baby boomers with less weatlh, along with higher levels of loneliness, depression, inactivity, and obesity.