Patients with a history of ADHD may have an increased risk of developing a neurodegenerative disease, researchers say.
Lobar cerebral microbleeds may be associated with cognitive decline in Parkinson disease.
A new South Korean study finds that a thinning retina appears to correspond with a known sign of Parkinson’s disease.
The exact causes of this neurodegenerative disease are still unknown. Scientists now questioned the previous understanding of this disease.
Impaired energy production in older neurons may help explain why human brains are so vulnerable to age-related diseases.
Researchers analyzed data on close to 3,000 traumatic brain injury patients from 18 top-level trauma centers.
Research from Cedars-Sinai sheds light on how the human brain rapidly forms new memories.
"Having a TBI doesn't definitively equate with getting Parkinson's. The risk is still pretty small."
Not all mental illness in Parkinson's disease is depression, new research suggests.
Caffeine found to be a reliable biomarker of early-stage Parkinson's disease.