Add this to the growing list of reasons to never go outside again: the human brain is apparently a sponge for toxic magnetic waste found in smog.
Every year, more people over the age of 65 are suffering from dementia. Researchers are still searching for a cause, but a new study offers a fascinating possibility: some cases of Alzheimer’s may be linked to a simple brain fungus.
The brain disease looks very different in African-Americans than it does in whites, which could affect treatment and diagnosis.
Why are some people sharp as a tack at 95 years old, while others begin struggling with mental clarity in their 50s?