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Signs of Dementia: How to Identify Them—and What You Can Do

Signs of Dementia: How to Identify Them—and What You Can Do

As you get older, it’s natural to be concerned about the possibility that you or a loved one will begin showing signs of dementia. In fact, among adults who are age 65 or older, one in nine will develop Alzheimer’s disease (AD), according to the Alzheimer’s Association. How can you

3. Dementia

Dementia is not a specific disease, but rather a term used to describe a decline in cognitive ability severe enough to prevent someone from performing everyday activities. The cognitive skills affected can include all thinking skills, from the ability to make judgments to organizing speech, although memory loss is by

Early Sign of Dementia? Declining Sense of Smell May Be a Red Flag

Early Sign of Dementia? Declining Sense of Smell May Be a Red Flag

A weakening sense of smell may take some enjoyment out mealtime, but it also may be an early sign of dementia, according to research. Impaired olfactory function is often linked to mild cognitive impairment (MCI) as well as Alzheimer’s disease (AD).

Earlier studies revealed that neurodegeneration have a notable effect on brain

What Causes Dementia?

What Causes Dementia?

Reseachers are hard at work trying to figure out what causes dementia. In the case of Alzheimer’s disease (AD), they’re trying to learn the process associated with the condition’s onset. What are they learning? That there’s a multifactorial process associated with AD, and that it’s triggered by a combination of

Memory Maximizers: Alcohol & Dementia; Fitness & Dementia Risks

Limit or Avoid Alcohol Consumption to Reduce Your Dementia Risk
Many risk factors for dementia are unavoidable. These include advancing age, inherited traits, and brain injury, among others. But according to a study published recently in The Lancet Public Health, one of the main contributors to dementia is alcohol abuse. Fortunately,

Newsbites: Diabetes Treatment; Quinoa; Alcohol Abuse; Fiber

New Diabetes Types Could Guide Treatment
Researchers in Sweden have reclassified diabetes into five different types, each with unique characteristics that could help doctors to identify people most at risk of diabetes complications and treat the disease more effectively.
In the conventional diagnosis, there are two types of diabetes. Type 1 usually

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Early-Onset Alzheimer’s: What Are the Signs?

Early-onset dementia—defined as dementia that develops before the age of 65—is on the rise, robbing more and more people in their prime of their most productive years and placing a huge burden on society.

The neurological condition, which is associated with Alzheimer’s disease (AD) in up to 58 percent of cases,

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