At Boston University, a team of researchers is working to better understand how language and speech is processed in the brain, and how to best rehabilitate people who have lost their ability to communicate due to brain damage caused by a stroke, trauma, or another type of brain injury.
Certain signs and symptoms disproportionately impact Hispanics, new research suggests
Poor sleep impacts the risk of long-term cognitive decline in Hispanic/Latino middle aged and older adults differently than it does in non-Hispanic adults, according to research led by University of Miami Miller School of Medicine neurology faculty and the largest long-term study of U.S. Hispanic/Latinos to date.
To stay healthy as you reintegrate into the world, Dr. Brenda Rea recommends six things you should make sure are integrated into your life.
Focus groups of community health workers bring out fears, resilience.