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What the FDA’s accelerated approval of a new Alzheimer’s drug could...

James E. Galvin, University of Miami The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved the medication lecanemab, sold under the...

Kick up your heels – ballroom dancing offers benefits to the...

Helena Blumen, Albert Einstein College of Medicine The Research Brief is a short take about interesting academic work.

Harnessing the brain’s immune cells to stave off Alzheimer’s and other...

Kristine Zengeler, University of Virginia Many neurodegenerative diseases, or conditions that result from the loss of function or death...

The FDA approved a new drug to treat Alzheimer’s, but Medicare...

Andrew Williams, Albert Einstein College of Medicine Medicare finalized its decision to restrict its coverage of Aduhelm, Biogen’s new...

Longer naps in the day may be an early sign of...

Yue Leng, University of California, San Francisco Doctors often recommend “power naps” as a way to compensate for a...

Home for the holidays and worried about an older relative? Make...

Laurie Archbald-Pannone, University of Virginia With the second holiday season of the pandemic upon us, many people will have...

On 50th anniversary of Attica uprising, 4 essential reads on prisoners’...

Matt Williams, The Conversation On Sept. 9, 1971, nearly 1,300 incarcerated men at Attica Correctional Facility in New York...

Air pollution may contribute to Alzheimer’s and dementia risk – here’s...

Jiu-Chiuan Chen, University of Southern California Alzheimer’s disease is the most common cause of dementia. It slowly destroys memory, thinking and behaviors, and eventually the...

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Congress’ budget dysfunction is more than 4 decades in the making

Linda J. Bilmes, Harvard University In an eleventh-hour twist, Sen. Rand Paul protested the costs of Congress’ latest budget deal and briefly shut down the...