The Memory Quiz can put your mind at ease about misplacing your car keys occasionally, or it can motivate you to consult with your doctor. The question to ask if you seem to be misplacing your car keys more often is “When you find your keys, then do you remember that you put them there in the first place?
The Latest Alzheimer’s Disease Research and Social Media Posts
Laughing and smiling more might help to buffer against the effects of stress, researchers report.
Face pareidolia, the phenomenon of seeing face-like structures in inanimate objects, is a perceptual phenomenon that occurs when sensory input is processed by visual mechanisms that have evolved to extract social content from human faces.
Meditation and relaxation may provide relief to those suffering sleep paralysis, a new pilot study reports.
Study reports modifying twelve risk factors over your lifetime could reduce dementia risk by 40%.
In celebration of the many ways yoga can help us heal and thrive, we are sharing this infographic by the Huffington Post to spread awareness about the many health benefits of yoga for body, mind, and spirit!
Alzheimer’s risk factors could be apparent as early as our teenage years, researchers reports. The risk factors disproportionately affect African Americans and include heart health problems, high cholesterol, diabetes, and insufficient quality of education.
The findings add further evidence for the link between dental hygiene and dementia.
Your teeth and your brain are both housed in your head, but what does oral care have to do with the health of your brain? That’s the question scientists were trying to answer when they discovered that periodontal disease—an inflammatory condition that eventually leads to the loss of teeth—could kickstart Alzheimer’s disease.