Changes in a person's eye may just predict changes in the brain.
Do you get enough vitamin D? You may want to be certain if you're older. Scientists have found that older people who don't get enough of this vitamin may have double the risk of developing dementia and Alzheimer's disease.
Eating baked or broiled fish once a week could help to boost brain health, according to a recent study published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine. Researchers at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine found that the omega-3 fatty acid found in this food helped decrease the ris...
A recent study published in the journal Neurology shows that those who deal with depression may be at an increased risk for dementia.
Keep your brain busy and it just might thank you.
Are you distrusting and cynical? Then you may be hurting your brain. Scientists have discovered that cynical distrust could raise your risk for developing dementia later in life.
A recent study shows that by it may now be possible to identify symptoms experienced by first-stage Parkinson's patients who will go on to develop dementia, according to researchers at the Institut Universitaire de Geriatrie de Montreal.
A recent study involving data from 1.1 million young Swedish men shows that those with poorer cardiovascular health and/or lower IQs during their teenage years could be more likely to suffer from early-onset dementia.
Staying mentally active into old age can be an essential part of keeping dementia at bay. Yet a recent study shows that speaking a second language may also help slow cognitive decline.
A recent study shows that more than half of all patients with pre-existing dementia will experience delirium while hospitalized. Failure to detect and treat this health issue can lead to a faster decline of both physical and mental health, according to researchers.