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Several clinical trials have provided powerful evidence that a healthy lifestyle can protect your brain and reduce the risk for age-related cognitive problems.
Palliative care for dementia throughout the course of the disease can help improve quality of life for patients and lighten the burden on caregivers.
Low levels of vitamin B12 and high levels of homocysteine, an amino acid, may be associated with accelerated brain aging in older adults.
Which activities might slow memory decline for people with mild cognitive impairment? A new study uncovers some answers.
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?
People with dementia may balk at having their hair washed. These tips can make the experience as pleasant as possible.
Dangers lurk everywhere for a person with dementia. Here’s how to keep a cognitively impaired person safe.
The bathroom can become the most dangerous room in the house for someone with dementia. These six tips can make it a safer place.
Prevent gum disease by making sure your loved one gets proper dental care.