Exercise may do more than keep a healthy brain fit: New research suggests working up a good sweat may also offer some help once memory starts to slide— and even improve life for people with Alzheimer’s.
June is Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month. Did you know that 47 million people are living with Alzheimer’s and other dementias worldwide?
Kaitlynn Curtner is a musically gifted Haslet teen with a collection of guitars and a voice as good as any recording artist.
Less than a month after being sentenced to death for killing a district attorney and his wife, the state has agreed to have former Justice of the Peace Eric Williams examined to see if his murderous rampage was triggered by a damaged brain.
The University of Texas at Austin is missing about 100 brains — about half of the specimens the university had in a collection of brains preserved in jars of formaldehyde.
A staggering one in six soldiers, who’ve served since 2001, may have post-traumatic stress disorder. The report underscores why doctors need every treatment option available some Dallas researchers think they’ can help.
A lunch meeting with friends became a big ordeal for one Dallas police officer. A few moments of silence before ordering food may have very well saved his life.
Humans can only use 10 percent of their brains, right? Wrong. This video shows off seven myths about the human brain that you probably thought were true.
The number of people diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease is on the rise and a simple test could help spot early signs of the disease.
Your brain is an electrical device, which means that it can be interfaced to electrical devices. So, the question must be asked: Could your brain be hacked?
Most of us spend significant time everyday on the internet. And whether we like it or not, it’s affecting us — and our brains.
Dr. Crystal Foster talks about the latest medical headlines including a surprising link between weight and mortality, how sugars affect the brain, and the differences in pill colors.