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What’s the Difference Between Delirium and Dementia?

Delirium is a significant change in mental status, usually occurring during times of illness or stress. Dementia is … Click Here to Read More

Forgetfulness — 7 types of normal memory problems.

Forgetting things? Memory problems are more common than you think. Click Here to Read More

Fighting Dementia With Memories of Childhood and Happy Times

It is part of an unorthodox approach to dementia treatment that doctors and caregivers across the Netherlands have been pioneering. Click Here to Read More

9 Ways to Reduce Dementia Risk

About one-third of dementia cases could potentially be prevented by improving nine modifiable risk factors. Click Here to Read More 

Treating non-cognitive symptoms of people with dementia.

It is the behavioral and psychological symptoms of dementia that often cause the greatest caregiving challenges. Click Here to Read More

Why You Should Have Your Hearing Screened Now

If you are over or are approaching age 60, this article is for you. Adult hearing loss is among the top ten disabilities in terms of years lived with disability for those over 60.  Given the number of adults over aged 60 who potentially suffer with untreated hearing loss, it may be time to investigate […]

Fitness in Midlife May Help Fend Off Dementia

Being physically fit in midlife may reduce a woman’s risk for dementia. Click Here to Read More

Are You Being Helpful or Ageist With People With Dementia?

Will offers of support be perceived as biased? Click Here to Read More

11 Signs Your Memory Problems Are Not Normal

Distorted, mixed-up, and outright false memories can happen to anyone of any age. As our frontal lobes age, however, these types of confused and muddled memories become more likely to happen. Click Here to Read More

Simple Walking Test Helps Diagnose a Cause of Dementia

A surprisingly easy test of how people walk helps neurologists differentiate between two causes of dementia. CLick Here to Read More