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This talk is from the Penn Neuroscience Public Lecture entitled, “Your ‘Plastic’ Brain: How Stress, Injury, and Sleep Change Your Brain” held on October 16th, 2014 in the Smilow Center for Translational Research at the [More]
Dr. Karishma Jethmalani, Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine talks about common cognition problem after stroke.
University of Washington, Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, Grand Rounds. Charles W. Wilkinson, “Chronic Pituitary Hormone Abnormalities After Blast-induced Mild Traumatic Brain Injury in Combat Veterans: A Psychiatric Concern?” presented on April 6, 2012. [More]
Brain health isn’t just about the occasional crossword puzzle or choosing that salad over the cheeseburger; it’s a complex interplay between stress, sleep, attention, and much more. Dive deep into the cerebral world with cognitive [More]
As we get older, changes occur in all parts of the body, including the brain and with that your memory. As a result, you may notice that you don’t remember information as well as you [More]
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Encompass Health’s Dr. Richard Senelick discusses the process the brain undergoes after a stroke.
Join the session on Dementia Prevention with our expert Dr. Gireesh Elakkat, MD, Neurologist.
In this interview, my guest, Cameron Fathauer discusses his traumatic brain injury, how Jesus changed his life, and how he changed his approach to law. I hope you enjoy the discussion! LEAVE a COMMENT!! Thanks! [More]
Your brain on drugs! This presenation is part of a serie on imaging of toxic-metabolic brain disorders and deals with CNS-diseases caused by exposure to exogenous toxic substances, such as environmental toxis, medically prescribed and [More]
Introduction to Care for Older Adults: Dr Shiv Kumar Singh Introduction of Faculty: Dr Uma Hariharan/ Dr Soma Ganesh Perioperative renal insufficiency and failure in elderly: Dr Dhiraj Ail Post-operative delirium in elderly: Dr Gurunath [More]
Throughout the interview, Dr. Carnahan and Dr. Bredesen delve into the complexities of Alzheimer’s disease, debunking misconceptions and offering hope to those affected. The conversation provides valuable insights into the scientific breakthroughs that are revolutionizing [More]
After suffering a non-traumatic brain injury, inpatient rehabilitation plays a key role in helping a person regain their function and independence. Non-traumatic brain injuries can occur due to a wide range of causes. These include [More]
Behavior is a powerful form of communication and is one of the primary ways for people with dementia to communicate their needs and feelings as the ability to use language is lost. However, some behaviors [More]
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