Tag Archive for: neuropsychology

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?

Why a Mediterranean diet is good for your brain

Eating a healthy diet of foods from the Mediterranean can actually improve your brain health — and your life.

What to consider when evaluating nutritional supplements

Nutritional supplements bring the promise of improved memory and better brain health. To what extent do they actually work?

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.

What is a neuropsychological evaluation?

The best way to assess brain functioning is through a neuropsychological evaluation. But what does that entail?

5 ways to manage symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis

While there’s currently no cure for Multiple Sclerosis, there are concrete ways to manage some of the symptoms.

What is neuropsychology?

Neuropsychology is an important field linking the inner workings of the brain and behavior. But what makes it unique?

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.