Tag Archive for: dementia

How to evaluate memory care facilities for a loved one

Choosing a memory care facility for a loved one can be a difficult decision. Consider these tips.

What is normal cognitive aging?

How do you know if lapses in memory are a sign of normal aging or something more concerning?

How do I know if I have dementia?

Diagnosing dementia is a complicated and multifaceted endeavor. Neuropsychologists can play an integral part.

Understanding dementia

Alzheimer’s Disease isn’t the only condition that causes dementia; other causes can impact brain health, too.

How generic Viagra can treat Alzheimer’s disease

Sildenafil, a component in the generic version of Viagra, can be helpful in treating Alzheimer’s disease. But why?

What Wendy Williams teaches us about dementia

As talk show host Wendy Williams grapples with dementia, the rest of us can learn a lot about the disease.

Broadening the understanding of Alzheimer’s Disease

In this Q&A, Dr. Heather Snyder discusses Alzheimer’s Disease research and enumerates efforts to raise awareness about the disorder.

Former Justice O’Connor: A leader in dementia awareness

Sandra Day O’Connor was more than just the first woman to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court. She was a fierce advocate for dementia awareness.

The connection between intellectual activity and brain health

Being intellectually engaged may benefit the brain, which means it’s important to learn and practice new skills.

Newest BrainBeat podcast offers tips for dementia caregivers

The latest BrainBeat podcast features Dr. Maureen O’Connor and spotlights the difficult journeys of dementia caregivers.