A recent study found that a healthy lifestyle can benefit people with both high and low risk for dementia.
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The World Health Organization published their recommendations for ways in which we can reduce our risk for cognitive decline and dementia.
Recent observational studies show an association between number or word puzzle use and cognitive performance during aging.
The GCBH concluded that for most people, the best way to get nutrients for brain health is from a healthy diet. READ MORE
Brain stimulation using transcranial alternating current stimulation may improve memory in elderly adults.
A decline in the ability to identify scams may be an early indicator of future cognitive decline.
The long-term use of postmenopausal hormone replacement therapy has been associated with an increased risk for Alzheimer's.
Studies show that hearing loss is associated with a higher risk for dementia and cognitive decline.
Some research suggests that loneliness may increase the risk of Alzheimer's disease.
A study explored how the APDQS diet, the DASH diet, and the Mediterranean diet affected cognitive functions.
Research suggests cognitive activities such as reading or needlework, with physical activity in mid-life may reduce your dementia risk.