Embracing a balanced diet and healthy lifestyle in your 30s may promote better brain development in later years.
A neuropsychologist advises patience and empathy with loved ones. And be kind to yourself.
A good diet rich in these 10 foods may keep your memory and cognitive function in tip-top shape.
People who already show signs of Alzheimer's are at heightened risk.
Lack of sleep may prevent the brain from purging tau protein, which forms lingering tangles linked to Alzheimer's.
The ability to read and write allows people to engage in 'cognitively enriching' activities that exercise the brain.
A good, long snooze allows your brain to purge waste products such as beta-amyloid, a protein associated with dementia.
Social activity during midlife is linked to better memory and reasoning skills.
In tracking 19,000 adults for a quarter of a century, researchers find puzzles play a notable role in preserving mental sharpness.
Scanning technology spots problems sooner, leading to earlier treatment and better management of a thus-far incurable disease.
But studies show you can slow the progression of dementia. Here's what you should do to ensure long-term brain health.
A new clinical analysis strengthens the notion that moderate exercise can help older adults reclaim some of their mental acuity.