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Better Diet Quality Associated With Larger Brain Volume

Relationship seen with gray matter, white matter, and hippocampal volumes
Younger age of exposure to tackle football predicts earlier neurobehavioral symptom onset among players with chronic traumatic encephalopathy

Age of First Football Tackles Tied to Neuro Symptom Onset

However, age of onset not tied to chronic traumatic encephalopathy pathological severity
Greater depressive symptoms are associated with episodic memory and markers of brain aging in older Caribbean Hispanic patients

Depressive Symptoms Tied to Memory, Aging of the Brain

However, baseline depressive symptoms not tied to cognitive changes over five years
Lightning

Lightning Can Affect Deep Brain Stimulation Devices

Case report of 66-year-old woman whose implantable pulse generator switched off after lightning strike
Patients with restless legs syndrome (RLS) have morphologic changes in the brain

Restless Brain Syndrome Tied to Changes in the Brain

Morphological differences seen in the primary somatosensory system
For adolescents and young adults

Small Link for Cannabis Use, Reduced Cognitive Functioning

Small overall effect size for frequent and heavy cannabis use among adolescents, young adults
For non-demented middle-aged and older adults

Sedentary Habits Tied to Medial Temporal Lobe Thinning

Sedentary lifestyle may lead to memory decline and is inversely correlated with MTL thickness
Negative fateful life events in midlife are associated with advanced predicted brain aging

Negative Fateful Life Events Linked to Advanced Brain Aging

More midlife FLEs, especially relating to interpersonal relationships, tied to advanced predicted brain aging
One night of sleep deprivation is associated with amyloid-β burden in healthy controls

One Night of Sleep Deprivation Linked to Amyloid-β Burden

Increase in Aβ burden in right hippocampus and thalamus after one night of sleep deprivation
There are significant differences in the development of 12 fiber tracts between infants with fragile X syndrome and controls

White Matter Tracts Differ for Infants With Fragile X Syndrome

Significant differences identified in the development of 12 fiber tracts between FXS, controls