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Special memory care issue: Gaming tech meets brain health, new views on Alzheimer's research, CMS ethics compliance and more.
The House Appropriations Committee has approved a $400 million increase in dementia research at the National Institutes of Health for fiscal year 2018.
College students are empowering people with dementia to create works of art through a university program that’s opening minds—and hearts.
Art is more than just beauty in the eye of the beholder. It’s a working experience that can draw out the humanity in everyone—even people with dementia.
A medication for type 2 diabetes called metformin is the subject of a study exploring the possible effects of the drug on the development of dementia.
Researchers in Finland are studying whether traumatic brain injuries increase the risks of developing neurodegenerative conditions like Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s disease or ALS later in life.
Daily memory games help keep the brain in shape.
Does Lewy Body Dementia have a biological calling card? Cleveland Clinic is launching a national consortium to find out.
New research suggests a relationship with diet and plaque for those with the ApoE4 gene mutation.
While U.S. Alzheimer’s rates are increasing for all races, the rates of the disease are skyrocketing for Latinos and African-Americans.
Mary L. Radnofsky, PhD, is helping caregivers reassess how they think about dementia and how they interact with residents who have cognitive decline. And as a person with a neurodegenerative disease, she should know.
A new coloring book from Maria Shriver is designed to help people with dementia bond with loved ones.
The Dementia with Lewy Bodies Consortium has updated its diagnostic and management recommendations after more than a decade.