April 6, 2017
Scientists have puzzled for decades over how our brains convert experiences from short-term memories into stored recollections that can be retrieved years later. Now, MIT researchers say they have made a discovery that provides new insight into the circuitry behind how we remember.
April 4, 2017
Catch it early.
Those are watchwords in the battle against a host of illnesses, from heart disease to cancer to Type 2 diabetes. Early detection gives physicians a chance to minimize damage, to insert a stent and keep blood flowing to the heart, to remove a tumor before one becomes many, to urge crucial lifestyle changes: lose weight, eat better, exercise.
But can the strategy work for Alzheimer’s disease? Scientists are starting to think it might.
March 21, 2017
It's Your Health with Lisa Davis interviews Dr. Jonathan Jackson – Instructor in Neurology at Massachusetts General Hospital
Dr. Jonathan Jackson, instructor in Neurology at Massachusetts General Hospital interviewed on the Radio show It's Your Health with Lisa Davis to talk about health disparities in regards to Alzheimer's disease and more about the landmark prevention trial for Alzheimer's disease currently enrolling calling The A4 Study.