A recent study published in Neurology evaluated the link between cognitive changes and Alzheimer’s disease (AD) development, as well as understanding the early signs and symptoms and taking preventive measurement at early midlife. The study included 2,125 participants ages 65 years and older following them for a period of 18 years. Close to 21% of participants developed AD. Participants with low cognitive test (episodic memory, executive function, global cognition) scores had a higher risk of developing AD. How do you keep your brain healthy? What do you do/recommend to promote memory and cognition?
For more information please see Neurology
Image courtesy of [ Stuart Miles ]/FreeDigitalPhotos.net