For decades, researchers have sought a blood test for beta amyloid, the protein that is a hallmark of Alzheimer’s disease. Several groups and companies have made progress, and on Thursday, scientists Washington
No More Excuses! Overcome Exercise Barriers.” infographic is a reminder that there is an answer to each and every excuse you have for not exercising. Too busy to exercise? No energy? Too boring? We all
This 30-Year Harvard Study Reveals 5 Daily Habits Can Add 12 to 14 Years to Your Life (and Cut Your Risk of Alzheimer's Half)
Time is the most precious commodity of all. So start now. You give your all to building your business, and you're in it for the long haul: Working hard to serve your customers and create a future for employees.
Wearing a hearing aid may delay the onset of dementia by slowing brain ageing by eight years, scientists believe. In recent years, several studies have shown a link between hearing loss and neurodegenerative
Following four out of five lifestyle behaviors can protect against mental decline, even in people with increased genetic risk. There's no cure for or drug to stop Alzheimer's disease, but it may be possible
People with the worst genetic risk of dementia can reduce their chances of developing the disease by a third through exercise and healthy eating, new research finds. The first study to analyse the combined
I had to give up my job as a doctor but I have adapted well – and I am still busy, sociable and cheerful It’s been almost a decade now since I was visiting my patients and was startled when one started
Q: There are many books about young adulthood, but far fewer about ageing. I am searching for stories that can help me reflect on the state of my body and mind. Inna, aged 38, Berlin A: Deborah Moggach,
Your Professional Decline Is Coming (Much) Sooner Than You Think.” It certainly caught my attention. I write about older workers often as a Next Avenue blogger and have a few thoughts about Brooks’ piece.
Not many years ago, Lynda Faye planned to spend her retirement gardening in Amherst, Mass., and visiting her eight grandchildren. Not on the list of golden-years pursuits: caring for a frail elderly parent.
want to know how some older adults retain their youthful thinking and memory abilities despite the evidence of neurodegeneration or Alzheimer’s-related pathology in the brain. And they’ve created a way