One-third of people classified as ‘highest risk’ may not develop Alzheimer’s disease, study suggests.
At 25 years, the Adult Changes in Thought study is committed to science, collaboration, and jokes, writes Erin Bowles.
Age-related macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma could be new lens on dementia risk
KPWHRI and UW program continues to be a rich resource for researchers studying resilience and ways to avoid Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias.
Drs. Larson and Crane co-lead Kaiser Permanente / University of Washington collaboration learning how to promote healthy aging.
Brains from veterans in Adult Changes in Thought study, led by KPWHRI’s Dr. Larson, are among 2,500 that University of Washington is examining.
International experts on The Lancet Commission report, including KPWHRI's Dr. Eric B. Larson, identify 9 risk factors from childhood onward.