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How does exercise keep your brain young?

by Kelly Servick Stay active; age gracefully. Behind this truism, there’s a pile of unanswered scientific questions. Researchers are still sorting out what

Music-based treatment may alleviate anxiety, depression in dementia patients

by Ariel Scotti The salience network of the brain is responsible for selecting which outside stimuli are deserving of our attention

Positive beliefs about aging could help protect older adults from dementia

Older people who have positive beliefs about old age may be less likely to develop dementia, suggests a new study published in the

Diabetes may lead to a greater risk for Alzheimer’s, dementia and memory loss

by Cindy Goodman MIAMI, November 26, 2017 – For people with Type 2 diabetes, there is an additional incentive for keeping

Study shows video games could cut dementia risk in seniors

The idea is to exercise the brain’s ability to change — known as plasticity — and to test skills of perception,

Dealing with Dementia

by Kavita Devgan WASHINGTON, September 11, 2017 – A new case of dementia is diagnosed every 3 seconds, says the World Health Organization

LET’S TALK AGING: Signs and stages of dementia

by Barbara Harrison Having a map to guide you to a new location can make the journey a little less stressful.