Articles for Tag: "memory loss"

4 Alzheimer’s disease questions answered  Featured
4 Alzheimer’s disease questions answered
An expert offers insight on helping those with memory loss.
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.
Memory loss linked to alcohol consumption 
Memory loss linked to alcohol consumption
Men who drink more than two alcoholic beverages a day may be taking years off their memory.
When memory loss signals something worse  Featured
When memory loss signals something worse
Our expert shares warning signs of Alzheimer’s and what you can do to help.
Light sleep linked to memory loss in older adults 
Light sleep linked to memory loss in older adults
If you’re older and feel like your memory is slipping, age may not be the only reason, experts say. Learn how getting a solid night’s sleep can keep your mind sharp.
Alzheimer’s patients can now get treatment earlier 
Alzheimer’s patients can now get treatment earlier
The Food and Drug Administration says it will ease regulations regarding the use of experimental drugs for Alzheimer’s patients in the earliest stages of the disease.
Decades later, head trauma can lead to memory loss, other issues  Featured
Decades later, head trauma can lead to memory loss, other issues
These days, everyone’s talking about concussions. From high school athletes to weekend warriors to gridiron stars—the sum of all those bruised, beaten brains can lead to serious health issues. But what if you’re an Average Joe? Do you have to worry about the consequences of serious head trauma years, even decades, after you’ve suffered a bump on the head?