For both young and old people, brain stimulating activities seem to be linked with less cognitive decline late in life, a new study says.
News and information about how the mind works and why memory is such a complex affair.
People with the heart condition atrial fibrillation may develop dementia earlier than people without the condition.
Kids with ADHD are at increased risk for emotional problems, and researchers now say they may know one reason for this.
Even a small amount of the vitamin can greatly decrease one's risk of developing Alzheimer's disease.
Brief disturbances during sleep may interfere with our ability to consolidate, or stabilize, memories.
Researchers may have come up with a way to diagnose chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or CTE, in people while they are still alive.
Imaging the brains of people with certain sleep disorders might reveal their risk of Parkinson's disease.
People with metabolic syndrome were 20 percent more likely to experience a decline in their short-term memory over the study period.
Putting on the pounds not only transforms your belly, but also alters your brain, a number of studies suggest.
People with a cancer history are 40 percent more likely to have memory problems than healthy people.