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America’s response to the coronavirus pandemic loathed on the world stage

The findings released by Pew Research Center involved 13 nations, including Australia, Canada, Japan, and the United Kingdom.

The risk of dementia rises in women with a longer reproductive period

The Swedish-based team evaluated over 1,350 women between 1968 through 2012.

Stroke may be a common symptom among young patients infected with COVID-19

Researchers at the University of Western Ontario found that a stroke could be a first presenting symptom of the recent coronavirus strain among young patients.

Women are more depressed in societies not advocating for gender equality

The study was released in the Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology.

A drug treatment used for cirrhosis of the liver may also be beneficial for frontotemporal dementia

The findings were released in Neurobiology of Disease.

People who experience PTSD may be at a higher risk of dementia

The study, released online in the British Journal of Psychiatry, involved a diverse number of participants from four continents.

How COVID-19 impacted people with progressive multiple sclerosis

The study appeared online in the Journal of Neurology.

Measuring brainwaves during REM sleep could predict treatment response to antidepressants

The study debuted at the 33rd ECNP Congress Virtual.

Higher vitamin D concentrations associated with a lower risk of type 2 diabetes

The study was published in the journal Diabetes Care.

Episodic migraine may be substantially reduced by the use of green light therapy

The clinical study is the first of its kind examining the potential effects of green light exposure with patients suffering from episodic migraine.