An Emerging Antidote for Alcohol Abuse

Generally, people prefer consuming alcohol for their neurological effects which include mood elevation (getting a ‘high’). Occasional drinking could potentially transform into addiction. Complications associated with chronic alcohol abuse include anxiety disorders, withdrawal seizures, delirium tremens, Korsakoff dementia and Wernicke’s Encephalopathy. However, if the treatment strategy includes negating such effects, then the alcohol consumption itself […]

Dementia: A New Perspective

Dementia is a syndrome representing memory loss, progressive deterioration of thinking and capability to perform routine activities. Approximately about 10 million new cases are registered each year which means every 4.1 seconds a new case is being added. This implies the magnitude of the problem. It was estimated that Alzheimer’s disease constitute majority of dementia […]

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