A bout with COVID-19 can cause dementia-like brain changes and related functional decline, especially for seniors and in people who lose their sense of smell, researchers are finding.
People with anxiety or depression and Alzheimer’s may show dementia symptoms two to three years earlier than their peers without these diagnoses, researchers say.
Moderate exercise appears to help preserve memory and curb brain changes in people at risk of Alzheimer’s, new studies show.
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It’s not just cancer that could be lurking in your morning cup o’ Joe. Researchers in Spain have linked prolonged exposure to caffeine to worsening Alzheimer’s symptoms, at least in mice.
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