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August 6, 2019
Ageism is pervasive throughout society, and harmful to young and old alike. But a new study finds some simple steps can help erase it.
Mixing younger and older people in various settings, combined with educating younger people about the aging process and its misconcepti...
Keeping your brain active as you age, whether it be working on a computer, playing games or being socially involved, might ward off memory loss, a new study suggests.
Losing memory as you age is a sign of mild cognitive impairment, which can be a gateway to dementia or...
Even mild anemia -- low levels of hemoglobin in the blood -- may raise a person's odds for Alzheimer's disease and other types of dementia, a new study finds.
The same Dutch research also found a correlation between heightened dementia risk and high blood levels of hemo...
This article is based on reporting that features expert sources including R. Scott Turner, MD, PhD; Darlene Howard, PhD; Peter Lichtenberg, PhD, ABPP
YOU DON'T NEED TO BE A brain specialist to notice certain differences in images of a healthy older person's br...
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