Topic: Brain Health

Aging & Caregiving in the News

Control your anger, enjoy a good laugh, and upgrade your eating habits!

Classic Board Games Wordfind

Fans of "The Queen's Gambit" have taken up chess playing. Research shows that board games of every kind promote brain health in later years.

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Aging & Caregiving in the News

Our perception of time changes with age; family caregivers are stressed during the pandemic; are baking glitters safe to eat?

Aging & Caregiving in the News

Watch an entertaining video about using disinfectant safely and effectively.

Infographic: Exercise Your Brain While Staying Safe at Home

Quarantining can leave us low on mental stimulation—and that's bad for our cognitive health. Here are some interesting ideas.

Overcoming an Epidemic of Senior Loneliness

Today, say experts, more older adults are experiencing a sense of isolation—and this is very bad for their health. Here are some tips for staying connected even if we have health challenges.

Aging & Caregiving in the News

Senior moments explained; caregiver siblings aren't sharing the workload; will our Facebook pages live on after us?

Aging & Caregiving in the News

Bored with your exercise routine? Lace up your ballet shoes and head to the barre!

Should I Be Worried About My Memory?

Most of us worry, at least a little bit, when we notice those so-called senior moments — lapses of memory that may signal a serious problem, but more often are harmless and even treatable.

Puzzle: Resolve to Protect Your Memory in 2018

Give your brain a workout and find 20 memory-promoting words in this wordfind.

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Avoid the Dirty Dozen Enemies of Brain Health

Experts say lifestyle choices play a big part in cognitive wellness as we grow older. Check out this rogue's gallery of things to avoid.

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Learn Something New Every Day

An interesting study says our brains could benefit from learning more like we did when we were children.

Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease 101: The Difference, and Why It Matters

Most people who develop dementia will be diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease — but it's important to know that there are other causes of dementia, and the treatment may be different

Aging & Caregiving in the News

Older Americans Month 2017; doing crafts protects the brain; many seniors missing out on protection against shingles.

Protect Your Brain by Controlling High Blood Pressure

Here's even more incentive to monitor your hypertension.

Music Is a Powerful Tool for Healthy Aging

Offering physical, emotional, neurological and social benefits, music might be considered a wonder drug.