Cognitive deficits in childhood are associated with mental health disorders, like BPD, depression, and psychosis in young adults and teens.
Findings from a recent study emphasize the importance of neurocognitive assessment in men undergoing ADT, especially in younger patients, according to investigators.
There is a longitudinal association of neighborhood-level disadvantage with cortical thinning and cognitive decline.
Normal-tension glaucoma (NTG) is associated with an increased prevalence of cognitive impairment.
Older adults with recent mild cognitive impairment or dementia diagnoses have an increased risk for attempting suicide.
Cardiovascular risk factors across the life course, and especially early adulthood, are associated with greater late-life cognitive decline.
Older women may have greater global cognition, executive function, and memory but faster cognitive decline than men.
Study researchers investigated the optimal sleep strategies for cognition and their underlying mechanisms.
A team of researchers assessed the relationship between severe perivascular space pathology and risk for cognitive decline in older adults.
Researchers evaluated the brain health assessment scores of patients who received treatments for AMD.