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Variety of tailored treatments could be the future of dementia care
Researchers believe game-changing screening will be available to doctors in two years
AARP's $60 million investment supports research into promising treatments
Plus, tips on how to reduce risks and ease and manage family caregiving
Nearly 1 in 3 Medicare beneficiaries with brain disease died from the coronavirus, HHS report shows
New study of Medicare recipients finds racial and ethnic disparities
Our program uses the latest science to help strengthen your brain and sharpen your memory
A good night's rest could reduce your risk for cognitive complications down the road
A new global study of more than 40,000 coronavirus patients aims to find out
What to know about staving off dementia and the mysteries of Alzheimer's
Get the latest scientific insights about what older adults can do to maintain their brain health
Tips for dealing with the unique challenges that can come with memory loss
Meeting spots provide comfortable spaces for caregivers and their loved ones
The right facility can improve safety and quality of life for a loved one with memory problems
Irene Taylor Brodsky's documentary reveals her dad's Alzheimer's challenges and her deaf son's triumph
Find tasks and activities to make those with memory challenges feel useful
Help family and friends have better understanding of the illness
Brian wants to raise awareness of the increased Alzheimer's risk for African Americans
Sanjay Gupta, neurosurgeon and CNN chief medical correspondent, provides tips
Laurie is an avid adventurer fighting dementia. Find out how she overcomes everyday obstacles
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