Eye Exam May Be Able To Predict Alzheimer’s Prior To The Appearance Of Clinical Symptoms

Using equipment to the kind that’s already available at most eye doctors’ offices, researchers were able to detect signs of Alzheimer’s in a small sample of 30 people, according to toa latest... Read more »

Brain Games Don’t Make Us Smarter, Latest Research Says

Unfortunately, researchers at Western University have found no evidence that brain games provide any brain enhancements. So, brain games which are specially designed to make us smarter, don’t manage to do it.... Read more »

Fifty-year-olds With Raised Blood Pressure at Greater Risk of Developing Dementia

Raised blood pressure in people aged 50 could increase their risk of developing dementia later in life, according to a new study. The participants in the study who didn’t have other cardiovascular... Read more »

Dementia May be Stopped with the Help of Diet Change

Dementia is a condition that affects not only the individual but it also has a strong emotional impact on close relatives and family members since they have to go through the devastating... Read more »

A Bike and Google Street View Helps Seniors With Alzheimer’s and Dementia in Ontario

It’s called BikeAround, and it helps people from retirement homes to travel the world or to revisit places they cherish and remember. Starting as a project, this stationary bike with the Google... Read more »