Turn That Frown Upside-down: Weizmann Researchers Make Major Breakthrough In Depression Detection and Treatment
Depression and chronic stress are conditions that affect nearly 10 percent of the global population, and until now, most conventional treatments have proven ineffective. Researchers from the Weizmann Institute have discovered how and why depression develops, and believe that new and simpler ways to treat and detect depression may be fruits of their labor.
July 01, 2014
TAU Research May Lead To Earlier Detection And Better Treatment Of Alzheimer’s
With no known cure, Alzheimer's Disease is still the most common form of dementia and a leading cause of death among people 65 and older. Now, a team of Israeli researchers have made progress with a finding that may help diagnose the disease as early as at the age of 30, and treat it accordingly.
November 18, 2013