Yet this narrower recommendation raises questions. What does a diagnosis of mild cognitive impairment mean? Is Aduhelm appropriate for all people with mild cognitive impairment, or only some? And who should decide which patients qualify for treatment: dementia specialists or primary care physicians?
Many with long COVID report difficulty with attention and planning — known as ‘brain fog.’
Long before they receive a dementia diagnosis, many people start losing their ability to manage their finances.
Currently, the only approved drugs for Alzheimer’s merely alleviate some of the symptoms and do not stop the disease from progressing.
Tom Seaver, like Robin Williams, had Lewy body dementia, but what is this strange illness? A neurologist explains
NIH study suggests our brains may use search engine strategies to remember words and memories of our past experiences.
Even when people document their choices ― while they still have the ability to do so ― there’s no guarantee those instructions will be honored.
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One year after diagnosis, less than a quarter of patients had seen a dementia specialist. After five years, the percent of patients had only increased to 36%.
Can’t remember what you came for? Don’t worry – you probably have a lot going on.
1 in 4 older adults take anticholinergic drugs — a class of medications used to treat allergies, insomnia, leaky bladders, and other common disorders
If you understand why there won’t be much headway on Alzheimer’s, you’ll also understand why medicine has been having fewer breakthroughs on major diseases.
The average caregiver spends $6,954 a year on out-of-pocket costs caring for a family member.
Nearly half of older adults with probable dementia or difficulty performing daily activities don’t get assistance from family, friends or paid caregivers
FDA warns consumers to avoid unproven and potentially unsafe products sold as treatments for Alzheimer’s disease.