An aneurysm — a ballooning or bulging out of an artery where the wall is weak — can wreak havoc if it bursts. When aneurysms rupture in the brain, the resulting hemorrhage can cause stroke, coma, brain damage and other problems. Test yourself to see what you know about this dangerous disorder.
Could an eating plan that’s a cross between the Mediterranean and DASH diets help shield you from developing dementia after a stroke? Dietitian Kate Patton, RD, explains the latest research on the MIND diet.
It’s long been said that dog is man’s best friend. But pets of any kind are beneficial to your health. Neurologist Marwan Sabbagh, MD, explains.
“To be or not to be …” Should you memorize the whole speech from Hamlet? Memorization isn’t often done anymore, but it’s definitely worth while for your brain. Marwan Sabbagh, MD, Director of Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health, explains why.
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Of course you think about cooking as a way to nourish your body. But did you know it can also benefit your brain? Marwan Sabbagh, MD, Director of Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health, explains why.
A promising drug slowed brain shrinkage in progressive multiple sclerosis (MS) by nearly half, according to new research. Very limited therapies are currently available for this disabling form of the disease. Learn more about this therapy.
Rather than waiting for memory changes to occur, be proactive about your brain health. It all starts with having fun — here’s how.
When you’re eyes are glued on the television for episode after episode, do you ever wonder, “Is this bad for me?” A psychologist offers insights about the good and the bad effects binge-watching has on your brain.
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Why do we identify with our favorite teams so much that we ride an emotional roller coaster with them?