When are memory lapses a normal part of aging, and when are they potentially an early sign of Alzheimer’s disease? A geriatric medicine specialist explains.
Your brain and nervous system rely on B vitamins. But your body can’t store them, so you have to get them from food. Find out how to work more B into your diet.
Tough times don’t mean that you have to be serious or sad all day, every day. Learn how laughing can help you cope with difficult moments.
Adult coloring books have risen in popularity. What makes them so popular? A simple act, like coloring, takes your attention away from yourself and onto the present moment, like meditation.
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It’s long been said that dog is man’s best friend. But pets of any kind are beneficial to your health. Neurologist Marwan Sabbagh, MD, explains.
Learn when minor head injuries are a cause for concern and when to see a doctor about a subconcussive impact in this Q&A with a concussion expert.
Not every lost detail means your memory is failing. Our expert explains how improving your concentration helps improve your recall.
If you’re looking to preserve your brain’s health, exercise should be a key component of your daily routine. Our neuropsychologist explains why.
An aneurysm — a ballooning or bulging out of an artery where the wall is weak — can wreak havoc if it bursts. When aneurysms rupture in the brain, the resulting hemorrhage can cause stroke, coma, brain damage and other problems. Test yourself to see what you know about this dangerous disorder.
Could an eating plan that’s a cross between the Mediterranean and DASH diets help shield you from developing dementia after a stroke? Dietitian Kate Patton, RD, explains the latest research on the MIND diet.