Memory and Cognitive Health
MRI scans show brain changes related to money management skills in older adults. Can researchers identify seniors at risk of losing financial capacity?
Studies explore treatments, prevention
There’s a saying, “What’s good for your heart is good for your brain.” Evidence supports preventing or controlling cardiovascular conditions such as high blood pressure to protect brain health as adults grow into old age.
Are sleep disorders like sleep apnea a risk for Alzheimer’s and cognitive impairment? Research into the connection shows what happens in the brain and more.