The Adult Changes in Thought (ACT) Study launches a new website to advance our understanding of dementia and brain aging.
We look back at 2021 research findings, including on COVID-19 vaccines, health equity, dementia, and suicide risk factors.
Study in JAMA Internal Medicine finds cataract surgery associated with 30% lower risk of dementia in aging population.
Researchers explore links between hearing loss, military service, and cognitive decline — and look at timeliness of diagnosis.
It’s never too late (or too soon) to take preventive steps. And, with a new grant, Kaiser Permanente scientists are looking for more ways to support healthy aging.
With data from the ACT Study, researchers associated increased levels of fine particle pollution with a greater risk of dementia.
Kaiser Permanente Washington, University of Washington, and University of California-San Diego will lead an expanded ACT Program to better understand the aging brain.
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