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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A new study found that compared with non-drinkers, middle to older adults had better cognitive function.
 
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The dipeptide used in the study is the only known amino acid to make the trip from a mouse’s stomach to its brain intact, according to the study authors.
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Nutrients should come from food, but when that is not enough, vitamin supplementation is an option
 
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Insufficient sleep is prevalent among pharmacy students, and college students more generally, with studies showing that many pharmacy students in the didactic portion of the academic curriculum suffer from poor quality sleep.
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Tips for pharmacy professionals on how to best counsel patients who have concerns regarding their brain health.
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Further, the study showed that this blood flow can help older people with memory issues to improve cognition, which could guide future Alzheimer disease research, according to the study authors. 
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A recent study was able to identify the region of the brain where executive functioning takes place due to the brain of a unique patient with dys-executive syndrome.
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The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has caused a disruption in daily routines, including shifts in work and home life and uncertainty for the near future.
 
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The study contributes to a growing body of research suggesting that fitness has beneficial effects for brain health, applying magnetic resonance spectroscopy to detect and measure brain metabolites, focusing specifically on N-acetyl aspartic acid (NAA).
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The researchers looked into the lifestyle habits of 6000 participants and found that individuals who consumed food rich in vitamin E had a decreased risk of a memory-robbing condition.
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Nutrients should come from food, but when that is not enough, vitamin supplementation is an option.