Expert reviewed Alzheimer’s and Dementia News

Month: January 2022

Dementia Cases to Nearly Triple Worldwide by 2050
The number of people with dementia is expected to nearly triple in the next three decades, according to a new…
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Heart Risks in Midlife Tied to Greater Cognitive Decline in Women
Many middle-aged Americans have risk factors for heart disease, including diabetes and high blood pressure, and studies have shown that…
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A Resting Heart Rate of 80 or Higher May Raise Your Alzheimer’s Risk
Older men and women who have a high heart rate at rest — 80 beats a minute or higher —…
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Cataract Surgery May Lower Dementia Risk
Cataracts, which cause gradual clouding of the normally clear lens of the eye, are a common cause of blurry vision…
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Phone Reminder Apps Can Be a Useful Tool for Those With Early Alzheimer’s
Smartphone apps that provide useful reminders can be a helpful tool for people in the earlier stages of Alzheimer’s disease,…
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Exercising in Polluted Air May Dampen the Brain Benefits of Exercise
Like to jog, cycle or play sports outdoors? It is good for your brain. But for optimal brain health, you…
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How Exercise Helps Protect the Brain Against Alzheimer’s
Numerous studies show that exercise is good for the brain, and perhaps even more so for the aging brain. A…
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