Like most everything else, the way we walk changes as we age. But how do you know what’s normal and what’s not?
As people age, problems with vision, such as cataracts, and mental functioning often occur together. Might correcting one improve the other?
A bump, blow or jolt to the head can result in a traumatic brain injury. Though usually mild, those injuries can be a cause of disability or even death.
Evolving theories about how Alzheimer’s may spread in the brain could conceivably help drug developers find ways to defeat the disease.
Sweet! Chocolate, long known for being heart-healthy, may provide cognitive benefits as well.
If you’re taking three or more medications for depression, anxiety, pain, or insomnia, you may be at risk for serious side effects.
If you enjoy games, crafts, computer use, and getting together with friends, a new study suggests that it may help you stave off mild cognitive impairment.
You probably know that putting off retirement can boost your finances. But did you know that staying in the workforce longer can have health benefits?
Not a day goes by in my battle with early-onset Alzheimer’s that I don’t feel another sliver of my brain is being shaved off.
People with Alzheimer’s disease are prone to becoming agitated in the late afternoon or early evening. These strategies can minimize common triggers of this behavior.