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Aerobic Exercise May Help Older Women at Risk for Dementia

Aging Brains Can Still Make 'Childlike' Connections: Study

Alzheimer's Cases Expected to Double by 2050, Researchers Say

Alzheimer's Rate Falling in the United States, Studies Show

Alzheimer's Variation May Often Go Unrecognized: Study

Amnesia Patient's Brain Helps Illuminate How Memory Works

Are Best Memories Made by Age 25?

B Vitamins May Not Boost Memory or Thinking, Study Suggests

Brain Scan Study Suggests 'Pothead' Stereotype Might Be Real

Chemicals in 'Western' Diet Show Alzheimer's-Like Effects in Mice

Concussions Linked to Alzheimer's Risk in Study

COPD May Damage Aging Brain

Could Infections Harm Memory in Older Adults?

Could Poor Dental Health Signal a Faltering Mind?

Could Your Job Help Preserve Your Aging Brain?

Distractions Seem More Troublesome With Age

Early Childhood Memories May Fade Long Before Childhood Is Over

Easy-to-Walk Communities Linked to Sharper Senior Minds

Electrical Pulses to Scalp May Boost Memory: Study

Even Mild Concussion Can Cause Thinking, Memory Problems: Study

Even Mild Hits to the Head Might Harm the Brain, Study Finds

Experts: Don't Waste Your Money on Multivitamins

Fido Really Can Recognize Your Face

For Seniors With Dementia, the Choice to Live Alone Can Be a Risky One

Gains of 'Brain Training' for Elderly Seen 10 Years Later

Good Heart Health May Keep Your Mind Sharp, Too

Heavy Drinking in Middle Age May Speed Memory Loss for Men

High Blood Pressure May Protect the Very Old From Dementia

It's Not Just Anniversaries: Men Are the More Forgetful Sex

Long-Banned Chemicals May Still Interfere With Seniors' Thinking

Long-Term Shift Work May Drain the Brain, Study Reports

Low Vitamin D Levels May Boost Alzheimer's Risk, Study Finds

Memory Problems After Chemo Linked to Brain Changes

Memory Slips in Senior Years May Signal Dementia Risk

Mental Decline a Risk Factor for Stroke, Study Suggests

Mental Decline Often Precedes a Stroke, Study Finds

My Father's Keeper: Caring for a Parent With Dementia

Naps Enhance Learning for Young Children, Study Says

Newly Discovered Gene May Shed Light on Certain Brain Disorders

Peak Pain Level Main Factor in Negative Childbirth Memories: Study

PMS Not Linked to Hot Flashes Later, Study Finds

Poor Sleep in Gulf War Vets May Be Tied to Brain Changes

Poor Sleep Tied to Mental Decline in Older Men

Pop Songs May Awaken Fond Memories for Brain-Damaged Patients

Protein From Meat, Fish May Help Men Age Well

Researchers Pinpoint Brain Region Where Contextual Memories Are Made

Restless Sleep Linked to Widespread Pain in Older Adults

Scientists 'Rewrite' Bad Memories in Mice

Scientists Watch Imagination at Work in the Brain

Seniors Who Suffer Mental Declines May Face Earlier Death: Study

Senior-to-Senior Aggression Common in U.S. Nursing Homes

Sleep Apnea May Steal Some of Your Memory: Study

Special Cocoa Drink May Improve Age-Related Memory Loss

Staying Active May Help Prevent Dementia

Study Points to Causes Behind Age-Linked Memory Loss

Study: Rare Blood Type May Slightly Raise Dementia Risk

Thinking, Memory Problems Tied to Blockages in Neck Artery

Too Much or Too Little Sleep Tied to Memory Problems in Older Women

Trans Fats May Sap Your Memory

Underactive Thyroid Not Linked to Memory Problems

Widowhood May Delay Dementia in Some Seniors, Study Finds

Your Daily Coffee Just Might Jolt Your Memory

Your Mentally Stimulating Job May Help Keep You Sharp in Retirement

 

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