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Thiamine: A Simple Solution to Reverse Wernicke Syndrome

Thiamine: A Simple Solution to Reverse Wernicke Syndrome

Thiamine, a simple supplement that helps reverse Wernicke syndrome, is often underused and misused.

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Post-Chemo Cognitive Impairment Apparent in Breast Cancer Survivors

Post-Chemo Cognitive Impairment Apparent in Breast Cancer Survivors

Patients reported significant cognitive difficulties from pre-chemotherapy to post-chemotherapy and from pre-chemotherapy to 6-month follow-up.

Dysglycemia Impacts Brain Structure, Cognition

Dysglycemia Impacts Brain Structure, Cognition

Patients with dysglycemia have more brain infarcts and white matter hyperintensities and a lower total white matter volume.

TAVR Improves Cognition in Patients With Prior Cognitive Impairment

TAVR Improves Cognition in Patients With Prior Cognitive Impairment

Those with previous cognitive impairment saw a more pronounced improvement.

Effect of Antihypertensives, Statins on Cognitive Decline Uncertain

Effect of Antihypertensives, Statins on Cognitive Decline Uncertain

The effect of antihypertensive drugs and stains on cognition is uncertain.

Cognitive Dysfunction Not Likely After Coronary Intervention

Cognitive Dysfunction Not Likely After Coronary Intervention

In patients with suspected coronary heart disease, mild cognitive impairment was common.

Significant Cognitive Defects in Those At High Risk of Psychosis

Significant Cognitive Defects in Those At High Risk of Psychosis

Studying cognition deficits during the clinical high risk period allows researchers to look at changes in the near psychotic state before chronicity and long-term medication use obscure the core deficits.

Cognitive Rehabilitation Intervention Improves Cognition in Cancer Patients

Cognitive Rehabilitation Intervention Improves Cognition in Cancer Patients

There were significantly lower levels of anxiety/depression and fatigue noted in the intervention group.

Aerobic Exercise May Improve Cognition in Vascular Cognitive Impairment

Aerobic Exercise May Improve Cognition in Vascular Cognitive Impairment

Future studies should explore ways to increase ongoing exercise adherence among participants

Ghrelin Levels May Predict Cognitive Impairment in Diabetes

Ghrelin Levels May Predict Cognitive Impairment in Diabetes

Ghrelin was a significant predictor for executive function impairment in patients with T2DM.

Mercury Exposure Attentuates Cognitive Benefits of Exercise

Mercury Exposure Attentuates Cognitive Benefits of Exercise

Aerobic exercise benefits cognition, but not after high levels of prenatal mercury exposure.

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