Longitudinal associations between diabetes and cognitive decline have been reported.
Providing healthy eating and adequate nutrients to a baby during their first 1000 days is important for optimal neurodevelopment.
Slower cognitive decline is linked with intake of primary nutrients and bioactives in leafy green vegetables.
There is a strong link between CTE and American football.
In bipolar disorder, neurocognitive impairment needs to be considered a therapeutic clinical target to improve psychosocial functioning.
Cognitive dysfunction is 3 times higher in patients with systemic lupus erythematosus.
Factitious disorder illustrates the enormous relevance and weight of genetic testing.
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