Articles for Tag: "Alzheimer’s"

MIND diet may cut Alzheimer’s risk 
MIND diet may cut Alzheimer’s risk
Researchers say this easy-to-follow plan shows promise in the fight against the degenerative disease.
Middle-aged forgetfulness may not be dementia  Featured
Middle-aged forgetfulness may not be dementia
If you are under age 65 and experiencing memory loss, don’t assume you are in the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease.
Can changes in behavior predict Alzheimer’s? 
Can changes in behavior predict Alzheimer’s?
According to a new study, episodes of irritability, depression, apathy and appetite could be early signs of dementia.
Learning to love a ‘different mom’  Featured
Learning to love a ‘different mom’
Actress Kimberly Williams-Paisley’s open discussion about her mother’s dementia is shedding light on the condition.
Diet high in saturated fat may link to Alzheimer’s 
Diet high in saturated fat may link to Alzheimer’s
Researchers shed light on how fat intake can compromise the chemicals in your brain that keeps Alzheimer’s away.
Bad sleep linked to brain decline  Featured
Bad sleep linked to brain decline
An expert shares what sleep habits you can practice to help your mind.
White light helping Alzheimer’s patients 
White light helping Alzheimer’s patients
Find out how tailored light treatments can help improve sleep and ease depression symptoms.