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Eat Fish, Fruit, Vegetables and Nuts for Brain Health

June 11, 2018

Older men and women who eat a healthy diet tend to have larger brains, which may help to protect against… Read More

Keep Friends Close

June 8, 2018

Friendships can and should be preserved and encouraged for people with Alzheimer’s. By Winnie Yu When Carol Bradley Bursack’s father… Read More

The Great Outdoors and Brain Health

June 5, 2018

By Terri Poindexter Smith Running (or Walking), Swimming and Cycling Aerobic exercises like running, jogging, brisk walking, swimming or cycling—all… Read More

Daytime Sleepiness May Be Early Warning Sign of Alzheimer’s

June 1, 2018

Older adults who were excessively sleepy during the day showed signs of brain changes typical of Alzheimer’s disease. The… Read More

Alzheimer’s Disease Increases the Risk of Falls

June 1, 2018

Falls are common in older men and women, and can lead to prolonged hospital stays and serious medical complications. Falls… Read More

Balancing Act

May 24, 2018

Balance exercises can help those with dementia reduce their likelihood of falls, maintain their independence longer and improve their quality… Read More

Music May Ease the Anxiety of Alzheimer’s

May 17, 2018

More good news on the music and Alzheimer’s front. Researchers report that music activates parts of the brain spared by… Read More

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