Researchers report that by 2050, the number of dementia cases could triple.
Two new non-invasive eye tests are entering trials to test their effectiveness in detecting Alzheimer's.
Researchers found that having higher blood sugar levels even if the levels are not considered diabetic could still increase the risk of dementia.
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation arrested over 20 employees at a care center for physically and emotionally abusing Alzheimer's patients.
Researchers found that the progression of Alzheimer's could be due to poor cell function.
Researchers found that 80-year-old seniors who perform as well as 50 to 60-year-old people on memory tests have thicker cortex and anterior cingulate regions similar to those found in 50-year-old people.
Scientists report that new genetically modified rats might make research into Alzheimer's disease better due to the similarity between the mutations of these rats and those of patients.
African-Americans with a particular gene are twice as likely to develop Alzheimer's disease in old age as those without it, however there is no major genetic difference that could account for the slight excess risk, a new study said Tuesday.
President Obama will unveil the details surrounding the BRAIN Initiative, a research study aiming to map out the pathways of the brain in order to understand brain diseases better.
A new study reports that consistent hits to the head can lead to severe brain damage.
Researchers found that a particular extract in green tea may help with treating Alzheimer's.
A low-protein diet could help slow the progression of Alzheimer's disease, according to a new study.
Researchers predict that the number of people with Alzheimer's disease will triple in the next 40 years.
A new research from Mayo Clinic in America suggests that older people who eat a diet rich in carbohydrates and sugar, could increase their risk of developing mild cognitive impairment by 4 times.
Although it might sound spooky, a new research claims to have made old brains lively again, with young blood! A new research, which involved replacing ageing mice's blood with younger animals,' found out that the young blood helped rejuvenate the ageing brains by improving the connections between brain cells and memory.