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One big reason why Alzheimer’s might be going undetected in the US
It can be hard to tell if subtle changes to memory and thinking are precursors to something more serious.
Coffee and tea could lower your risk of dementia
A new survey of hundreds of thousands of adults cannot show a causal link, though.
Old dogs need to learn new tricks. Here’s why.
Neural stimulation through education can buy aging brains some time.
Five dolls that changed the world
You’re more likely to spot these dolls in a lab than a toy box.
Vaccines for flu and pneumonia could reduce your chances of getting Alzheimer’s
People who received at least one flu shot were 17 percent less likely to develop Alzheimer's disease.
Apple Watches may soon decide when to administer medications
Early detection is key—and activity trackers might be able to help.
The latest recommendations for preventing dementia are good advice for everyone
What the WHO has to say about staying cognitively fit.
The truth about the nut-brain connection
Does eating a few almonds really boost your cognitive function?
We already know air pollution hurts your heart—and it might also hurt your brain
Higher levels of air pollution may be linked to higher risk of dementia.
There may be a link between alcohol and dementia, but it’s complicated
Imagine if someone told you that not drinking alcohol makes you more likely to develop dementia. That’s certainly a bold...