Study Links PTSD Stress To Cortical Thinning and Shorter Expected Lifespan
What impact does severe trauma have upon health? The answer, in part, has to do with the individual, research has shown. For biological and genetic reasons some people are more resilient than others… Read More
Study of Loneliness in a Senior Housing Community Points to Risk and Potential Protective Factors
At a moment when protective measures such as “shelter-in-place” and “self-quarantine” have become commonplace in many of the world’s major cities, a newly published study on loneliness sheds light on… Read More
Is Reversing Age-Related Memory Loss Possible? Boosting Levels of a Protein Found in Bones and Brain Suggest a Possible Method
Two things that we often associate with the normal human aging process are bone loss and memory loss. In a remarkable development, research in the Columbia University laboratories of Nobel laureate… Read More
Brain’s Gray and White Matter Deteriorate in Schizophrenia
Changes in the brain’s structure associated with schizophrenia have been increasingly well-documented with improvements in brain imaging techniques. Read More