Scan a list of “brain foods” and you’re bound to find blueberries, fish and leafy greens on it. These specific foods have been linked to improved memory, concentration and overall cognitive function in
Alzheimer Society won’t fight potential legal changes allowing patients to make advance requests for MAID
The Alzheimer Society of Canada has changed a key aspect of its stand on medical assistance in dying, saying it will no longer fight potential legal changes that would allow dementia patients to make requests
With cognitive impairment, older adults struggle with — and face risks from — smartphones, computers.
Increasingly, families will encounter similar concerns as older adults become reliant on computers, cellphones and tablets: With cognitive impairment, these devices become difficult to use and, in some
Doctors may be not be diagnosing women as early as men with brain problems associated with early signs of dementia because of how well women typically perform on simple memory tests, a study published
New research suggests that adjusting memory test scoring could help identify more women with mild cognitive impairment, a precursor to Alzheimer's. Women may be more likely to develop Alzheimer's disease,
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