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Through the Seasons Program Featured in JAA Article on Making the Most of Unstructured Time in Memory Care

How can we make the most of unstructured time when working with or caring for someone with memory loss? The current issue of the Journal of Active Aging addresses [...]

Summer 2014 | Science Update

The Summer 2014 Science Updates focus on cutting edge research reported at this year's Alzheimer's Association International Conference, held this past July in Copenhagen.  The summaries below were written [...]

June 2014 | Science Update

This summer we are proud to feature Science Updates written by our awesome summer interns. June’s updates focus on recent findings about nutrition and long-term dementia risk. Can Nuts [...]

Brain Diet Fads: Fact, Fiction or Fashion? What You Should Know to “Eat Smart” Now

When it comes to brain health, it seems nothing is more confusing than advice about what we eat and drink. The media’s obsessional reporting of every new finding on [...]

30 Days to Total Brain Health featuring TED | Day 29 | Elizabeth Loftus: The Fiction of Memory

While we often worry about losing our memory, we rarely concern ourselves with whether or not our memories are accurate. Yet compare your memory of a specific childhood event [...]

30 Days to Total Brain Health featuring TED | Day 27 | Jane Fonda: Life’s Third Act

When you think of Jane Fonda, you may think of her as an award-winning actress, a fitness guru, or perhaps even as a political activist. In recent years, however, [...]

30 Days to Total Brain Health featuring TED | Day 26 | One Second Every Day

Do you ever wish you could remember what happened during your day a bit better? Here's an idea -- Cesar Kuriyama is videotaping one second of each day of [...]