What happens when you treat depression with ketamine

John Gorman had battled depression for years. He’d tried every treatment available. Then he tried ketamine.

Running through a diagnosis of dementia

Following a dementia diagnosis, Tom and Becky White remain determined to run a race in every state. This is their story.

Cutting through the (brain) fog

Brain fog is one of the most talked-about side effects of COVID-19. But what is it? And what is its connection to dementia?

Life without a mind’s eye

People who experience aphantasia go through life without mental visual imagery. This is how Christabel Lobo experiences the world.

The truth about Parkinson’s Disease

Parkinson’s Disease is a brain disorder that causes uncontrollable movements. In this Q&A, Dr. Alexander Troster explains why.

From expert to patient

Dr. Tresa Roebuck Spencer spent most of her life as an expert in neuropsychology. A GBM diagnosis in 2020 gave her new POV: as a patient.

A stroke survivor’s story

Dr. Eric Zillmer was an accomplished neuropsychologist when he learned something about himself: He also was a stroke survivor.

The future of Alzheimer’s Disease drugs

There’s a big push for new drugs to treat Alzheimer’s Disease, In this Q&A, Dr. Jeffrey Cummings explains why that’s a good thing.

What to consider after a loved one receives a diagnosis of dementia

Dementia diagnoses can be scary for everyone involved. Here are some things to consider after a loved one gets the news.