Tags » Cognitive Decline

Diagnosis, Assessment and Disease Monitoring

There is a new Journal out there for those of you interested in dementia research: Alzheimer’s and Dementia: Diagnosis, Assessment and Disease Monitoring. This Journal is part of the Alzheimer’s & Dementia (A&D) and Alzheimer’s Association (1) family, but unlike its big brother, A&D, Diagnosis, Assessment and Disease Monitoring (cutely shortened to DADM) is Open Access, which means you can read all the articles for free online (just follow the link above). 119 more words


[ARTICLE] New Directions in Research and Therapies in Traumatic Brain Injury - Full Text HTML/PDF


Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a significant cause of disability and death and its incidence is rising in some specific populations. TBI can result in various disabilities, cognitive problems and psychiatric disorders, depending on the location of the injury and premorbid patient conditions. 249 more words


Strokes Steal 8 Years' Worth Of Brain Function, New Study Suggests

Effect is similar for older blacks & whites, U-M and VA team finds.

by University of Michigan Health System

Having a stroke ages a person’s brain function by almost eight years, new research finds – robbing them of memory and thinking speed as measured on cognitive tests. 694 more words

Breaking News

Neuroscience and the impact of adult learning - or why I got it wrong on mindfulness

While I hope I have always been polite about it, I’ve never had much time for things like mindfulness or meditation. They ring of new age phooey, embraced by enthusiastic zealots who dismiss the very idea of any evidence beyond their own beliefs. 393 more words

Lifelong Learning

What is Cognitive Decline?

Dear Caregiver Coach:

The last time I went with my husband to his primary care doctor, she told us at the end of the exam that my husband was experiencing cognitive decline. 229 more words


Study: Diabetes Could Cause Signs Of Aging, Cognitive Decline In Brain

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – A new study claims diabetes might have a direct effect on the brain.

The research, which was done by the University of Pittsburgh, found that MRIs of middle aged patients with Type 1 diabetes showed about one third of them had signs of aging and neurological disorders. 111 more words


Culture Connection with Dr. Bill Maier

Culture Connection

with Dr. Bill Maier

sleep, snoring, aging, cognitive decline, sleep apnea, CPAP


right click HERE to download, Select download or Save link as

Culture Connection