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Those who have lost a spouse may experience mental deterioration three times quicker than married people.
Experts found that elevated blood pressure in folks between ages 36 and 53 is linked to reduced brain volume later in life.
This noninvasive imaging could lead to early diagnosis of the most common cause of dementia.
Findings show that folks in their 20s and 30s with above-normal blood pressure may develop dementia or suffer a stroke later in life.
Working out can boost the thinking skills of those at risk for cognitive decline.
For men, daily helpings of fruits and veggies is associated with a lower risk of decline in memory and thinking skills.
Improvements in aftercare may be key to preventing a decline in mental ability.
For Olympic gymnast Aly Raisman, snooze time has always been a required component of her training.
For some adults ages 85 to 94, high cholesterol might mean better brain health.
New studies shed light on why African Americans are twice as likely as whites to develop the most common form of dementia.
The facts about the risks and benefits of drinking coffee.
New study findings may help doctors develop noninvasive tests to detect cognitive decline and intervene in its progression earlier than ever
Certain lipid tests predicted with over 90 percent accuracy which patients in a study would get symptoms of cognitive decline.
Speaking two or more languages might delay the onset of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia symptoms by an average of 4.5 years.
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