Study: Men Have Better Sense Of Direction Than WomenMen may have an advantage over women when it comes to a keen sense of direction, according to new research.
Study: 1 In 3 People Born In 2015 Will Develop DementiaOne in three people born in 2015 will develop dementia, according to new research conducted in the United Kingdom.
Study: Alzheimer's Disease Could Potentially Be Spread Through SurgeryA new study finds that Alzheimer’s disease could potentially be spread through surgery.
Study: More People Developing Dementia Earlier, Death Rates SoaringMore people are developing dementia over the last two decades, with an increasing rate of those people dying from it, according to new research.
Study: Increasing Coffee Intake Harmful To BrainIncreasing the amount of coffee you drink could be linked to pre-symptoms of Alzheimer's disease and dementia, according to a new study.
Study: Memory Tests Could Predict Alzheimer's 18 Years Before DiagnosisEvidence suggests early signs of Alzheimer's may be present decades before any diagnosis.
Scientists Questioning Why More Woman Than Men Have Alzheimer'sNearly two-thirds of Americans with Alzheimer's disease are women, and now some scientists are questioning the long-held assumption that it's just because they tend to live longer than men.
Study: Sleep Apnea, Heavy Snoring Linked To Memory DeclinePeople who have breathing problems while sleeping are more likely to get Alzheimer's disease and early mental decline, a new study suggests.
Study: Nearly 2 Million Elderly Americans May Go Untreated For DementiaStudy finds 55 percent of patients with dementia had gone without diagnoses or treatment until being personally interviewed for a survey.
Experts: No Proof 'Brain Training' Games WorkThere is no evidence that playing brain games actually help people enhance their intelligence, according to a statement put out by 69 scientists from around the world.
Study: Memory Loss Associated With Alzheimer's Reversed For First Time
Study: Neuroticism, Long-Time Stress Linked To Alzheimer's In WomenAccording to a new study, women who feel anxious, moody, and distressed for a significant amount of time during middle age may be at an increased risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease later on in life.