Many people in their 50s and early 60s buy supplements or do puzzles in hopes of staving off memory loss.
More than 1 in 10 have had genetic tests ordered by a doctor or ordered them directly, a new survey finds. Others say they’re interested, but many have concerns.
An online tool designed to help people care for loved ones with dementia, and avoid or minimize the troubling behaviors that the condition can spark, has had a promising initial test run.
Despite demands that impact their own lives and health, only 1 in 4 caregivers use support resources meant for them.
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.