A drug to treat Alzheimer's may be available in a decade.
A blood test examining fat could help predict Alzheimer's in healthy seniors, a new study reported.
Researchers found that adults with higher levels of interleukin-6, a biomarker for chronic inflammation, were less likely to age healthily.
Researchers found that seniors who had mild B-12 deficiency experienced faster mental decline.
Researchers found that after 12 hours of playing a simulated driving game, seniors experienced a boost in their cognitive functions.
State health officials from New Hampshire announced that eight brain surgery patients might be at risk of a deadly and rare brain disease that is similar to "mad cow."
Researchers report that diabetic people with depression might be at a greater risk of mental decline.
Researchers found the seniors born in 1915 performed better on everyday activities when they reached their 90s when compared to seniors who reached their 90s but were born in 1905.
Being a bookworm may help preserve brainpower in old age, according to a new study.
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