Please, Remember Me…

Alzheimer’s disease is the most common cause of dementia. My family has been its victim and has experienced the heartbreak. There are currently over 46 million people worldwide who have been diagnosed with dementia. That number is expected to be over 131 million by 2050. Experts are describing this widespread disease as a world tsunami. There is a new case every 3 seconds. A definitive … Continue reading Please, Remember Me…

Can Brain Scans Become the new EKGs for Mental Illness?

In the last few weeks the online and print communities have been touting neuroimaging research. Every disease of the brain, as well as some normal functions, are finding their way through the newest and greatest of fMRI, MRI, and PET. Recent studies for depression, Alzheimer’s, schizophrenia, autism, epilepsy, and Parkinson’s are reporting findings that help identify different parts of the brain where the disease resides … Continue reading Can Brain Scans Become the new EKGs for Mental Illness?