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Disrupt Dementia

Sparking bold new solutions for the world's brain health crisis

First Steps to Treating Dementia May Lie in Related Diseases

AARP-backed research into ALS, Alzheimer’s could lead to dementia drugs

6 Ways to Get an Accurate Alzheimer's Diagnosis

Latinos are especially vulnerable to cultural barriers that prevent early detection

Could Correcting Your Vision Lower Your Alzheimer’s Risk?

New research reveals a link between vision loss and dementia

5 Exercises That Can Keep Your Brain Sharp

Physical activity can boost memory, improve thinking, even lower dementia risks

‘This Is Us’ Reduced Dementia Stigma

Researchers find NBC hit show encouraged family discussions on aging

The Surprising Impact of Racism on the Brain

New research suggests discrimination is linked to memory decline in middle-aged adults

Are Processed Foods Bad for Your Brain?

Eating lots of salty, sugary and high-fat snacks could impact your memory after midlife

Walking 9,800 Steps a Day May Cut Dementia Risk in Half

Faster pace, even with fewer steps, may also offer brain benefits, research suggests

3 Reasons Hearing Loss May Increase Dementia Risk

Could hearing aids help protect the brain from cognitive decline?

6 Conditions That Can Look Like Dementia

Medications, infections and sleep issues can cause you to feel foggy or confused

Look to the Global Council on Brain Health for Trusted Info

Get the latest scientific insights about what older adults can do to maintain their brain health

Supporting Family Caregivers

Taking A Trip Could Improve Brain Health

A vacation or change in routine may benefit adults living with dementia

Memory Cafes Offer Activities for People With Dementia

Meeting spots provide comfortable spaces for caregivers and their loved ones

12 Tips for Traveling With a Loved One Who Has Dementia

A daughter plans a family vacation with her dad's Alzheimer's in mind

'Moonlight Sonata' Director on Dementia, Deafness and Hope

Irene Taylor Brodsky's documentary reveals her dad's Alzheimer's challenges and her deaf son's triumph

Hispanics Endure Hardships Providing Alzheimer’s Care

Three Latinos share how the disease upended their lives

Caregivers Confront the Stigma of Dementia

Help family and friends have better understanding of the illness

Video Spotlight

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Giving an African American Face to Alzheimer’s

Brian wants to raise awareness of the increased Alzheimer's risk for African Americans

How to Care for Someone With Dementia

Sanjay Gupta, neurosurgeon and CNN chief medical correspondent, provides tips

How I Discovered I Had Early-Onset Alzheimer's

When Myra Garcia was in her early 50s, her doctors misdiagnosed her Alzheimer’s as ADHD.