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Brain Aging

Aging is a multidimensional process that is characterized by the gradual decline in physiological functions usually associated with the brain in the case of brain aging. It primarily affects the central nervous system (CNS) at cellular, molecular, and histological levels. Aging contributes as one of the major risk factors responsible for age-related disorders like neurodegenerative diseases. Understanding the underlying biology behind aging is crucial for advancements in brain health.

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Brain Aging
Alzheimers Disease
Vascular Dementia
Mixed Dementia
Multiple sclerosis and Dementia
Parkinson Disease
Neurodegenerative Diseases
Stages of Dementia
Geriatrics Dementia
Cognitive Disorder
Causes and Prevention of Dementia
Dementia Care, Practice, and Awareness
 Clinical Neurology
Depression Symptoms
Genetics in Dementia
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