Women who carry a gene that puts them at increased risk for developing Alzheimer's disease show signs of early aging at the cellular level long before the first hints of dementia might set in, when they appear otherwise healthy and active, a team...
Study suggests that women who go on hormone therapy as soon as they start menopause may help prevent dementia. Is this a viable option for you?
New research suggests that the number of ADHD diagnoses has increased by nearly 25 percent in the last decade. While medication is the most common method for masking the symptoms, many parents are seeking alternative options.
Interesting short video on alternative options for children with ADHD.
The connection between poor sleep, memory loss and brain deterioration as we grow older has been elusive. But for the first time, UC Berkeley scientists have found a link between these hallmark maladies of old age.
Fascinating new study about how important deep slow wave sleep is to storing memory in the hippocampus.
If we are to meet a massive and growing need, we'll need to disrupt today's status quo in which research is based on small and fragmented clinical trials, and where active brain care is often left for patients whose problems have grown until it is...
Technology is great and I do believe the training can be useful. However at CogFit-Quest we have added the social aspect to the training for people who want to get away from high tech for a while. Much research has been done on how socializing is good for the brain!
Business Recorder Common blood pressure drugs may lower risk of dementia Pakistan Observer Monday, January 28, 2013 - COMMON blood pressure drugs taken by million of people have been linked to a lower risk of Alzheimer's disease, researchers report .
A third of new pharmaceuticals since 2008 originated or were inspired by natural products including flowers, says the Society of Chemical Industry. (Will flowers become the new medicine in the treatment of #dementia?
This new study shows that even simple activity such as washing dishes or moving arms can help reduce the risk of Alzheimers. I highly recommend dancing NIA ( http://www.nianow.com/) which can be done at low and high intensity, standing or sitting. It is an excellent brain/body workout.
A recent study from the University of Kentucky College of Medicine suggests that lifelong bilingualism may be good for the aging brain, helping protect against Alzheimer’s disease and other related dementias.
If you have young children exposing them to a foreign language at a young age will make it easier for them to hear sounds if they study it later in life.
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