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Maintaining healthy heart and brain function may lower dementia risk, including among those with a higher genetic risk.
Improving vision may improve the connection between the eyes and the brain.
Sticking to an anti-inflammatory diet rich in fruits, veggies, fish, and tea or coffee may help keep dementia at bay.
Brain plaques associated with Alzheimer’s disease show up early in people who scored higher in neuroticism and lower in conscientiousness.
Of two proteins found in those with Alzheimer’s disease, one, called tau, proliferates more often in women, and certain younger individuals.
An uncommon gene mutation linked with Alzheimer’s that starts at age 40 is found in several generations of one family in Sweden.
Evidence shows that a class of drugs called senolytics can inhibit many age-related illnesses, which might increase human longevity.
A remarkable group of seniors called “superagers” performed as well as young adults on memory tasks.
Why Black people are at greater risk for this dementia than their white peers.
Alzheimer’s advocates laud the approval of Aduhelm, but experts raise questions about its effectiveness and cost.
Memory loss might not manifest the same across races and ethnicities.
Parents can teach kids about Alzheimer’s disease in both English and Spanish via this children’s book.
Health and socioeconomic factors affect their dementia risk.
Negative thinkers, age 55 and older, are more likely to experience declines in cognition and memory.
Some antibiotics’ effect on bacteria in the gut may predispose some to this disease, scientists say.
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