NFL players aren’t the only ones trying to avoid head injuries and other causes of dementia. Here’s what you can do.
Advice based on your current decade of life.
Thanks to a new flu vaccine being distributed this flu season, seniors are getting more protection against serious seasonal flu viruses.
If you’re a caregiver for someone with dementia, you know how challenging your role can be. This is especially true with progressive conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease, where deterioration of brain function can affect a person’s behavior.
The evidence to support a healthy-lifestyle approach to ward off Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia is growing. While there’s no “magic pill” to prevent such conditions, we can do several things to prevent or delay dementia.
Dr. Eric Larson unpacks the findings of several life satisfaction studies.
Read about it in Healthy Findings.
July 1, 2015—National Institute on Aging renews funding for long-running ‘living laboratory.’