rigonelline (TG), a compound from coffee and fenugreek and radish seeds, significantly improves spatial learning and memory in aged mice and is thought to ameliorate cognitive decline in aging humans. Researchers administered TG to aged mice and observed improvements in spatial learning and memory.

With the increase in global human population and life expectancy, the number of aged people is increasing. Accordingly, the prevalence of neurological disorders like PD has surged among those over 60 and 80 years by 1% and 3%, respectively.

In a recent study posted to the medRxiv preprint* server, researchers in the United States investigated whether higher Dietary Inflammatory Index (DII) scores were related to an increased incidence of dementia due to Alzheimer's disease (AD) or any other cause.

A new study from researchers at University of California San Diego School of Medicine has shown in mice that it is possible to correct the circadian disruptions seen in Alzheimer's disease with time-restricted feeding, a type of intermittent fasting focused on limiting the daily eating window without limiting the amount of food consumed.

A new study identified markers in eye scans which can detect the presence of Parkinson's disease an average of seven years before clinical presentation. This research, the largest of its kind, utilized artificial intelligence to analyze retinal imaging, revealing these early indicators of Parkinson's.

Researchers unveiled the intricate mechanisms through which melatonin enhances memory. They investigated how melatonin and its derivatives influence the phosphorylation levels of key memory proteins.