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You’ve probably heard the tips. Visualize something about the person that will remind you of the name: Rose — the woman wearing the pink sweater. Spike — the guy with the hair. Repeat the name either mentally or out loud.
More than 90 percent of older adults diagnosed with mild Alzheimer's would be re-diagnosed as having the less serious condition of mild cognitive impairment, according to a study that looks at newly revised diagnosis criteria.
Gordie Howe is best known for his impressive professional hockey career. But the man often referred to as Mr. Hockeynow has a new passion: Raising money for Alzheimer's and dementia research. And it's far from an impersonal cause.
Eating fish at least once per week can seriously reduce your chances of developing Alzheimer's disease or dementia, researchers say"”but only if the fish is cooked in certain ways. And hallucinogens are back, this time for a variety of therapeutic uses.
If dementia were a country, its economy would rank No. 18 in the world, according to a new report from Alzheimer's Disease International. And nearly three-quarters of people living with dementia have not been diagnosed. The tragedy of this is that early interventions can slow brain deterioration, but many are missing out. But there have actually been some exciting discoveries in the world of early Alzheimer's interventions announced this week.
How Much Memory Loss Is Normal? Misplacing keys or forgetting who was in that movie you just saw doesn't necessarily mean you need a one-way ticket to the Alzheimer's ward, but it could be more than 'just aging,' Jane Brody at the New York Times writes. Mild cognitive impairment comes from "subtle…