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Study Links Midlife Activity Levels to Future Dementia Risk

Physical and mental engagement in your 40s may protect the brain decades later

    

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Scientists Probe Depression's Role in Memory Decline

Study allows researchers to scan brains and measure effects of depression on brain connectivity

Activities at the George G. Glenner Alzheimer's Family Centers in Chula Vista, CA on Tuesday, October 17, 2018. The facility, which is designed to mimic a 1950's era town square, provides innovative adult day care and support services to families affected

Re-Created 1950s City Helps to Ease Dementia’s Grasp

Glenner Town Square offers comfort for those with cognitive decline

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Federal Government Spends $100M to Combat Alzheimer’s 

New law takes a public health approach to early detection, treatment and more

Exercising and Brain Health

Aerobic Exercise Can Boost Brain Health 

New study shows improvements in adults who are at risk for dementia

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Report Links 'Mental Well-Being' and Brain Health

Positivity and optimism might protect against cognitive decline

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