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As use of benzodiazepines rise, we examine the risks for older Americans.

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Could common heartburn drugs put you at risk of dementia? 

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Scientists have posited that Alzheimer’s disease may be caused by chronic brain infections. How plausible is this theory? And if it's true, could Alzheimer's be treated with an anti-viral drug?

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New results from the Framingham Heart Study reinforce a reassuring trend—the risk of dementia is decreasing for many older people.

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The FTC cracks down on health claims from popular brain training games. 

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Amateur contact sports can pose a risk to the brain, but is it enough to hang up the cleats?

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Could you improve your brain health if you treat every day as National Chocolate Day? 

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On National Coffee Day, enjoy some java knowing it may help your brain!

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A new study in mice reports that salsalate, an old arthritis drug, may reduce and prevent the toxic tau pathology of Alzheimer’s and other diseases. Will it help patients as well? A pilot trial is underway to answer that question.

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Sep 03, 2015

An innovative new trial will test if a common drug can increase health span by delaying age-related diseases.

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