Brain Games: New Research Supports Game Playing For Better Cognition
December 4, 2019
While most of the gift-selection attention this holiday season may be on video or internet-based games, it turns out your best buy may be the old-fashioned analog board game Monopoly or some modern version of it….
A Calculated Risk: Do You Worry You’ll Develop Dementia?
November 20, 2019
Do you get nervous when you feel confused or have forgotten a name or important milestone? Are you left to wonder if something is happening inside your brain? If so, then join the club. It seems…
Chew The Fat: High-Fat Dairy And Other Dietary Quandaries
October 30, 2019
For many, there’s nothing quite like the rich, creamy taste of premium ice cream or the melt-in-your-mouth goodness of a hot buttered roll. But while your tastebuds lust for these high-fat flavors, your heart may know…
On The Brain: Researchers Strategize About Next Steps For Alzheimer’s
October 23, 2019
Generally speaking, the news about Alzheimer’s continues to be sobering. Right now, close to 6 million people have Alzheimer’s in the US, and up to 47 million people worldwide, with expectations that those numbers could skyrocket…
Piece Of Mind: Should You Have Cognitive Impairment Screening Before Real Trouble Is Evident?
October 2, 2019
Maybe you have occasional memory lapses that we all seem to have when life is busy or we’re under stress. Or maybe you’re beginning to have more trouble remembering those pesky passwords for your computer. But…
Tea Cup: Does Research Support The Health Benefits Of Tea Drinking?
September 25, 2019
It’s easy to get taken in by the headlines, and this past week’s news had many about the brain benefits derived from drinking tea. Reporting in the journal Aging, researchers from the National University of Singapore…