In this study, our first aim was to examine the degree to which a previously proposed brain age biomarker, “brain age index” (BAI), is associated with cognitive performance.
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People who are depressed may be more susceptible to misinformation about COVID-19 vaccines. People who are depressed may be more susceptible to misinformation about COVID-19 vaccines. Key Takeaways • In a 50-state survey-based study, adults with
Accessing therapy through the EAP. Accessing therapy through the EAP. The past two years have brought with them heightened feelings of confusion, uncertainty and loneliness for many people. Health care providers in particular are experiencing more
anesthesia-spotlight-bhavika-shah. anesthesia-spotlight-bhavika-shah. Bhavika Shah felt from a young age that she was meant to dedicate her life to caring for people’s health. And so pursuing a career as a certified registered nurse anesthetist
Several factors are associated with risk for neurological outcomes. The brain health risk score can be easily computed in a patient encounter and offers patients a measure of their neurological risk.
Newly discovered DNA repair mechanisms point to potential therapy targets for cancer and neurodegenerative diseases
Newly discovered DNA repair mechanisms point to potential therapy targets for cancer and neurodegenerative diseases. Newly discovered DNA repair mechanisms point to potential therapy targets for cancer and neurodegenerative diseases. Key Takeaways
Gratitude, Up Close. Gratitude, Up Close. “MGH rocks.” “I ‘heart’ nurses.” “I love you.” These are some of the messages the MGH Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) staff have received in cards from their families since the start of
The McCance Center for Brain Health and Mass General Hospital are recruiting study participants to study lifestyle changes that may slow Alzheimer's progression.
Sleep and brain health are tightly linked, with improved sleep generally correlating with objective and subjective measures of improved brain health.
People with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) are living longer thanks to antiretroviral therapy. However, research has found that they are at an increased risk for heart disease. Suman Srinivasa, MD, MS, Allie Walpert, MSN, FNP-BC, and Grace Shen, BS provide an overview in this presentation.