Expert reviewed Alzheimer’s and Dementia News

Month: November 2020

Working May Be Good for Your Brain
Having a paying job may help to keep the memory sharp in old age. A new study found that American…
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Can Engaging in Leisure Activities Lower Your Dementia Risk?
A number of studies have suggested that participating in leisure activities like playing cards or watching movies may help to…
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Three Fourths of Alzheimer’s Patients Are on Risky Medications
Nearly three quarters of people with Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia are on medications that were not specifically…
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40 Percent of Alzheimer’s Cases Could Be Prevented or Delayed
While genetics, advancing age and other factors account for most cases of Alzheimer’s disease, a new study reported that 40…
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Why Snoring Could Be a Sign of Increased Alzheimer’s Risk
A new study on sleep apnea, a nighttime breathing disorder often marked by snoring, underscores how sleep troubles may be…
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Good Ear Care May Be Good for Your Brain
Could ear wax be impairing your cognitive health? By impairing your hearing, it might. And experts say that we might…
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