Most Recent Articles by Beth Gilbert
Athletes often deny symptoms and a concussion diagnosis may depend on others noticing that a player is "off."
Mental health courts can successfully provide treatment instead of jail for some mentally ill defendants.
Large-scale research collaboration between various government agencies aims to provide a better understanding of structure and function of the brain.
Cerebrospinal fluid, neuroimaging techniques, and blood and skin peripheral tissues may hold the answers to recognizing Alzheimer's disease earlier.
Hoarding disorder, which impacts up to 5% of the population, can be treated with a combination of cognitive-behavioral therapy and antidepressants.
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