Tag: Vitamin D

Vitamin D rich foods to prevent seizures

Foods that provide vitamin D include: Fatty fish, like tuna, mackerel, and salmon Foods fortified with vitamin D, like some dairy products, orange juice, soy milk, and cereals Beef liver Cheese Egg yolks Our client has epilepsy and goes on seizure many times a month. She has poor appetite but loves walking especially during sunny days. She loves cheese. She is on

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Alzheimer clues

Alzheimer can start from lack of sense of taste, memory problems and lack of sleep. Connie Dello Buono DETECTING DIMINISHING DOPAMINE FIRING CELLS IN BRAIN COULD REVEAL EARLIEST SIGNS OF ALZHEIMER’S NEUROSCIENCE NEWSMARCH 27, 2018 According to researchers, if the ventral tegmental area is unable to produce the correct amount of dopamine for the hippocampus,

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Vagus Nerve Stimulation Boosts Post-Stroke Motor Skill Recovery

Vagus Nerve Stimulation Boosts Post-Stroke Motor Skill Recovery Summary: Vagus nerve stimulation coupled with physical therapy following a stroke can significantly help to boost motor skill recovery, researchers report. Source: University of Texas at Dallas. Researchers at The University of Texas at Dallas have demonstrated a method to accelerate motor skill recovery after a stroke

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Autism Like Behaviors in Children Linked to Low Vitamin D Levels in Mothers

Researchers have identified a link between low vitamin D levels in pregnant and breastfeeding mothers, and autism like behaviors in their offspring. The study reveals low levels vitamin D in mothers may be associated with altered brain development that can lead to social behavioral deficits in their children.

Connection between light sensitive nerve cells in eyes and brain that regulate mood

TINY BRAIN REGION RESPONSIBLE FOR STRENGTHENING IMPORTANT MEMORIES UNDER STRESS NEUROSCIENCE NEWSFEBRUARY 14, 2018 Researchers implicate the locus coeruleus in storing memories of stressful events.… READ MORE… FEATUREDNEUROSCIENCE6 MIN READ MANIPULATING A SINGLE GENE DEFINES A NEW PATHWAY TO ANXIETY NEUROSCIENCE NEWSAUGUST 24, 2017 According to a new PLOS Biology study, removing the Lef1 gene in

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