(CNN) — Poor sleep and the risk of dementia go hand in hand, but no one knew which came first. In what researchers say is the first study of its kind, a study published Monday in the journal JAMA Neurology
"Life is too short" is so cliché, but also so true. Not to sound morbid, but our days are limited and we never know when our time will be up. We tend to think we're invincible, especially when we're young,
They come with other body-wide benefits, too Protecting your brain might be as easy as safeguarding your body: Exercise and healthy eating may ward off Alzheimer’s disease, research from UCLA suggests.
While recent Alzheimer’s disease research has given scientists pause after a promising drug failed to help treat the disease, numerous studies suggest you can still help eat your way to a healthier brain