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Can MRIs Diagnose ADHD?

Newsweek By Victoria Bekiempis Filed: 6/17/14 Detecting low iron brain levels with MRI helps detect ADHD Vitria Adisetiyo at Medical University of South Carolina led a newly published study in the journal Radiology demonstrating that low brain iron levels indicative of low dopamine can detect untreated ADHD using a new MRI technique. Interestingly, ADHD treated […] Continue reading →

Can MRIs Diagnose ADHD?

  Newsweek By Victoria Bekiempis Filed: 6/17/14 Detecting low iron brain levels with MRI helps detect ADHD Vitria Adisetiyo at Medical University of South Carolina led a newly published study in the journal Radiology demonstrating that low brain iron levels indicative of low dopamine can detect untreated ADHD using a new MRI technique. Interestingly, ADHD […] Continue reading →

Preventing Alzheimer’s disease — with an antidepressant

Los Angeles Times MELISSA HEALY May 14, 2004 Might antidepressants help prevent and treat Alzheimer’s disease? Celexa is an antidepressant med just reported to significantly and rapidly reduce the production and spinal fluid levels of a protein called beta-amyloid which clumps together in plaques found in the brains of those with Alzheimer’s. Further research will […] Continue reading →