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Risk Reduction of Cognitive Decline and Dementia WHO Guidelines

  Dementia is a rapidly growing global public…

Does Intensive Blood Pressure Control Reduce Dementia?

The new SPRINT MIND study reports controlling blood pressure has a measurable impact on mild cognitive impairment, a precursor of dementia.

Signs of Memory Problems May Instead Be Symptoms of Hearing Loss

Researchers report signs of memory problems in old age may be a result of hearing loss and not a neurodegenerative disease.

Hearing Loss is Linked to Memory Loss

Your memory loss may be connected to a hearing impairment.

Stressed-Out People May Have Smaller Brains, Study Says

Some stress in daily life is to be expected. It's when you become stressed out that your brain becomes negatively affected.

There's Even More Evidence That One Type of Exercise is the Closest Thing to a Miracle Drug That We Have

Numerous studies show there is one thing you can do throughout life to minimize cognitive decline. What is it? Read on and find out.

Is Soda Bad for Your Brain? (And Is Diet Soda Worse?)

Many people are addicted to sugar, especially to regular and artificially-sweetened sodas. How these sweetened drinks affect the brain might just encourage you to replace your sugary beverage with a better go-to option, water.

Caffeine Consumption in Older Women Seems to Reduce Risk of Dementia

Downing your favorite caffeine beverage can pull you through the day's sluggish moments; but in women, age 65 and over, caffeine seems to have the added benefit of reducing the odds of developing dementia.