AARP is partnering with other organizations to launch a competition for inventions that help people with dementia live more independently.
If you can’t start your morning without caffeine, you’re not alone. More than 60% of Americans drink coffee every day, the National Coffee Association says.
Spending time with friends is important for your health and happiness, and so that you don't experience loneliness. Try these five tips to make new friends.
Research has found that eating a Mediterranean diet over other certain foods may help protect your brain against dementia.
Sitting for hours each day does your brain and body no favors. Here are ways in which too much couch time can be harmful to your brain health as you get older.
Women are far more likely than men to suffer from Alzheimer’s, making up at least two-thirds of the 5.8 million Americans with it.
With so many people seeking quality sleep, sleeping pills can seem like an easy fix. But that seemingly simple solution carries risks.
Forgetting the name of a movie you just saw or details of an event is all too common, but you don't necessarily need to worry about these memory lapses.
Brain health is important to monitor as we age, including when you're in your 50s. Here are a few strategies to strengthen your gray cells.
You've probably never discussed your brain with your doctor, and they've probably never brought it up. But it’s a conversation worth having. Here's why.
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