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Stroke survivor Gabe Vigil practices a guitar solo for an upcoming performance with his stroke survivor choir in Northern Virginia.

Bridging Sound and Science: Music’s Role in Healing

The NIH and NEA team up to explore how singing could become the prescription for brain health


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Milken Institute Releases Major Dementia Report

It offers strategies to reduce risks and cut costs for our nation's "most expensive disease"

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Contest Spotlights Dementia's Intergenerational Impact

Gen Z writers are encouraged to share the story of a loved one

Judi Polak with the team from the WVU Rockefeller Neuroscience Institute

Stepping Up in the Fight to Beat Alzheimer's

Meet Judi Polak, Alzheimer's patient and star of a clinical trial showing promising results

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Why You Should Talk to Your Doctor About Dementia Risks

Lifestyle changes in midlife can help prevent, delay the disease

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Can You Learn a New Language After 50?

Brain science on why dedicated study, speaking it often and living where it's spoken are key

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