A new study reported that individualized interventions for Alzheimer’s prevention improves cognitive functions in people with a family history of Alzheimer’s disease.
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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.
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A study explored how the APDQS diet, the DASH diet, and the Mediterranean diet affected cognitive functions.
A recent article highlights the troubling increase in "pseudomedicine" that claim to benefit brain health.
The ENLIGHTEN trial studied the effects of exercise, the DASH diet, and a combined exercise and diet intervention.
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What does it mean for Alzheimer's prevention strategies such as diet and supplements if you have APOE4?
A study reported that higher scores on diet quality correlate with larger brain tissue volumes. Find out which food groups showed this association.
To prevent and treat Alzheimer's disease, more research is needed to understand how the disease affects women and men differently.