Practicing lifestyle choices that boost cardiovascular health over the course of one’s lifetime may protect against both cardiovascular disease and cognitive decline.
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Dehydration can impair cognitive function, especially in women, and may accelerate cognitive decline.
Cognitive reserve built up over the course of a lifetime can reduce the risk of dementia. Late-life engagement in social activities may be especially protective.
Cardiovascular and metabolic risk factors can promote age-related declines in brain volume, and women appear to be more vulnerable.
A recent study found that a healthy lifestyle can benefit people with both high and low risk for dementia.
Recent observational studies show an association between number or word puzzle use and cognitive performance during aging.
A decline in the ability to identify scams may be an early indicator of future cognitive decline.
Studies show that hearing loss is associated with a higher risk for dementia and cognitive decline.
Recent studies suggest that music may improve cognitive function and promote healthy aging.
An exploration of the scientific evidence disproves the myth that flu shots increase the risk for Alzheimer's.
A recent study suggests there is a connection between belly size and dementia risk.