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Little research has focused on the fact that women are more likely to get Alzheimer’s—until now.
Doing puzzles and taking supplements aren’t going to cut it. The good news? Warding off dementia is probably easier than you think.
Your chance of developing dementia may go up if you have lung disease in middle age. Researchers found that lung diseases were linked to mild cognitive impairment, as well as to dementia, including Alzheimer's disease.
No two people with dementia are the same. Tune into this interview with neurologist and author Gayatri Devi, M.D. to learn about championing persons with Alzehimer’s while supporting the caregiver in a challenging role.
A small study suggests dementia screening test question wording can be confusing and/or trigger emotional responses in many older adults, affecting results.
Alzheimer's and the herpes virus may seem like unlikely partners, but they may have more in common than scientists once thought.
Although no amount of positive thinking will make dementia go away, negative thinking is risky for your overall health, while positive thinking has multiple health benefits.
Older adults with worsening symptoms of anxiety may be more likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease according to a study published in the American Journal of Psychiatry.
It’s a hard reality to face, but reality it is. Your parents are aging. They are on their way to “being old.”
How to help their parents understand that technology is not only easy to use but doesn’t have to be intrusive.