New research from the University of Central Lancashire may one day lead to a simple method to diagnose Alzheimer’s. But first, far more testing is needed.
An international commission states 1 in 3 dementia cases could be prevented by targeting risk factors from childhood onward. A Michigan Medicine expert explains more.
A new report finds encouraging, but still inconclusive, evidence that exercising the brain and body can decrease the long-term risk of cognitive decline.
As palliative care and hospice use grow and cost pressures continue, new studies probed variation in care and referrals — and found opportunity.
New data add to the growing evidence that fewer senior citizens are developing dementia — with schooling a key associative factor.
News outlets were quick to herald an experimental drug’s impact on early-stage Alzheimer’s patients. But neurologists caution more research is needed.