Greater radiodensity of perivascular adipose tissue in women during midlife was associated with decreased working memory performance later in life.
Study reports the MIND diet may help reduce a person’s risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease and help maintain cognition in older adults.
Study reveals a direct link between adherence to the Mediterranean diet and improved cognitive function.
Higher glucose levels detected by a two-hour glucose test were an accurate predictor of poorer performance in tests of episodic memory ten years later.
A new algorithm uses neuroimaging data of amyloid levels in the brain and takes into account a person’s age to determine when a person with genetic Alzheimer’s risk factors, and with no signs of cognitive decline, will develop the disease.
Cocoa consumption could reduce inflammation and epigenetic aging, ultimately reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease and other diseases associated with aging.
Older adults who frequently connect with friends and others in social situations perform better on cognitive function tests than those who are not so social.
A new study on aging reveals a surprising discovery about the connection between protein shape and mitochondrial health.
Socially isolated older adults are more likely to die when admitted to ICU or face an increased risk of disability once discharged than those who have social support.
Researchers reveal the neurobiological basis of why we often find it more difficult to find the right words as we age.