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Can a study on reversing memory loss lead to new treatments for Alzheimer's?

Alzheimer's is a particularly tragic disease, devastating those who suffer from it and their family members. Learn how a new study may lead to new treatment possibilities to people suffering from Alzheimer's disease.


Are epileptic seizures more common during a full moon?

Are epileptic seizures more common during a full moon?

Are epileptic seizures more common during a full moon? See whether research says epileptic seizures are more common during a full moon. See more »

Asperger Syndrome

Asperger Syndrome

Asperger syndrome is considered to be the mildest of the autism spectrum disorders. Learn more about asperger syndrome from Discovery Health. See more »

Tourette Syndrome Overview

Tourette Syndrome Overview

Tourette syndrome is a fairly common syndrome that affects as many as one in 100 people. Learn about Tourette syndrome and treatments for Tourette syndrome. See more »

Can a study on reversing memory loss lead to new treatments for Alzheimer's?

Can a study on reversing memory loss lead to new treatments for Alzheimer's?

Alzheimer's treatment is an ongoing pursuit, but new research may offer hope. Learn about new options for Alzheimer's treatment on this page. See more »

How to Deal With Motion Sickness

Motion sickness can occur in almost any type of transportation. Learn tips to help avoid this uncomfortable state. See more »

What exactly is dyslexia?

What exactly is dyslexia?

Dyslexia is a learning disorder that makes reading difficult or nearly impossible for some. Learn how dyslexia affect the brain. See more »