Latest Cognitive reserve Stories
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.
The findings of a new study suggest that the protective effects of an active cognitive lifestyle arise through multiple biological pathways.
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.
New research shows learning to speak more than one language may translate to better mental health.
New research explains how speaking more than one language may translate to better mental health.
Kessler Foundation scientists have shown for the first time that outdoor temperature significantly affects cognitive functioning in multiple sclerosis (MS).
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.
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.
A new study suggests that the relationship between brain shrinkage and memory loss in Alzheimer's disease changes across the age spectrum.
HOUSTON, May 17, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Belmont Village's Circle of FriendsÂ® 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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