An often-overlooked benefit of brain health is what it brings to the workforce and larger economy.
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine signed an AARP-backed bill to provide training to help first responders recognize and interact with people who have dementia.
AARP is partnering with other organizations to launch a competition for inventions that help people with dementia live more independently.
Roadmap charts path to sustained brain health, with recommendations for individuals, communities and policymakers.
Increasing vaccination rates have offered a much-needed break from the fear of serious illness and made many people feel more comfortable gathering in person. As temperatures drop, however, and we turn to more indoor activities, we should remain aware of potential COVID-related risks.
Research has found that eating a Mediterranean diet over other certain foods may help protect your brain against dementia.
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.
People usually develop resilience at a young age. And while sometimes finding the strength to push forward can be tough, it’s imperative for brain health.
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.
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