Latest Cognitive reserve Stories

2012-05-29 05:17:06

In many cases, work can challenge the brain and stimulate thinking. For the less-educated who work with solvents, however, the opposite might prove true over the course of time.

2012-04-25 11:41:32

The findings of a new study suggest that the protective effects of an active cognitive lifestyle arise through multiple biological pathways.

2012-04-20 05:25:04

The number of Americans older than 65 years old will double to 80 million by 2030. So, the increase of Alzheimer’s could reach a record high.

2012-04-05 05:17:56

New research shows learning to speak more than one language may translate to better mental health.

2012-03-29 23:33:08

New research explains how speaking more than one language may translate to better mental health.

2012-03-14 09:40:55

Kessler Foundation scientists have shown for the first time that outdoor temperature significantly affects cognitive functioning in multiple sclerosis (MS).

2011-12-30 04:53:14

People who don’t have memory problems right now may develop memory problems later in life depending on the size of their brain’s cortex, according to this study.

2011-09-15 11:39:08

Older individuals' complaints about memory lapses such as having trouble remembering recent events may indicate that they are experiencing cognitive problems that are greater than typical age-related changes.

2011-08-11 12:04:38

A new study suggests that the relationship between brain shrinkage and memory loss in Alzheimer's disease changes across the age spectrum.

2011-05-17 16:54:00

HOUSTON, May 17, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Belmont Village's Circle of Friends® program, developed by the company to boost cognitive reserve in assisted living residents with Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) was selected for Honorable Mention recognition as a part of the 2011 George Mason University Health Care Quality Improvement Awards.

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