You could improve your brain health just by improving your diet. To help slow memory loss, add these foods to your diet to give your brain a boost.
When it comes to morning beverages of choice — tea vs. coffee — it’s not uncommon for people to pick sides. But research has shown that coffee and tea have a variety of health benefits.
Mary's herniated disc caused a lot of leg and back pain. She put off surgery for years, fearing complications. Ultimately, she decided to go for spinal fusion surgery. Read & watch her story.
AVMs are snarled tangles of blood vessels that sometimes form in your body. They may affect up to 6 million Americans, but most don’t experience any negative effects. Samantha Dabney survived her AVM-caused stroke by focusing on her daughter.
Is your child at risk? Take a look at this Q&A with pediatric neurologist J. Nicholas Brenton, MD, to learn more about AFM, a rare but serious neurologic condition that typically affects young children.
How much do you know about your brain health? According to the Alzheimer's Association, 5.8 million Americans are living with this disease. Learn more Alzheimer's disease facts to understand this condition.
Your head hurts – again. But do you know what type of headache it is? What may have caused this headache pain? And most importantly, how to ease the discomfort?
Elderly depression increases health risks & mortality rates, but not always for obvious reasons. Geriatric psychiatrist Meredith Lee, DO, explains how to prevent loneliness in older adults - and prepare for your own mental health as you age.
Sherita N. Chapman Smith, MD, is a neurologist, dual-certified in general and vascular neurology within the stroke division. She helps patients prevent and recover from all types of strokes.
Abby Loden lives in Mississippi and travels to UVA for care. She wrote this post about the challenges and triumphs of living with this rare disease.