Experts believe that ApoE4 is a strong genetic marker for late-onset Alzheimer’s disease, the most common form of dementia. But it’s not recommended for people who do not have symptoms. A neurologist explains why.
Just because you’ve been diagnosed with mild cognitive decline doesn’t mean you aren’t necessarily destined for dementia. Neuropsychologist Aaron Bonner-Jackson, PhD, explains how you can help preserve your thinking skills and functioning despite memory lapses.
How can exercising your body sharpen your mind (and help you with memory lapses)? New advice for mild cognitive impairment (MCI) released in American Academy of Neurology treatment guidelines.