After almost 20 years, the life expectancy of Americans has declined by 36.5 days compared to 2015. This means that those born in 2015 in the US will only have a life expectancy of 78.8 years on average.
In a report published recently by JAMA Internal Medicine, Dr. Kenneth M. Langa and his team demonstrated how prevalence of dementia in the United States have decreased in the last decade or so.
Good news! A team of scientists has developed a potential antibiotic, Ceftriaxone, could be the solution to treating Alzheimers.
Loneliness could be considered as behavioral symptom of preclinical Alzheimer's disease, prior to mild cognitive impairment.
People who feel lonely have a greater risk of developing Alzheimer's, according to a recent study by scientists at Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women's Hospital.
Alzheimer’s disease may be yesterday’s news -- if Merck becomes successful in its clinical trials.
A new brain scanning tool allows scientists to see real-time how genes in the human brain are switching off.
New studies suggest that early signs of Alzheimer’s disease could be detected through a person’s eyes and nose.
A new study suggests that factors such as gender and mental activity can raise the risk of Alzheimer’s disease.
A new study suggests that a change in lifestyle, diet and medication can reverse memory loss caused by Alzheimer's disease.
Color blindness affects a significant portion of the population, most notably men. And now, new research has identified a new gene mutation that could possibly cause this condition.
Memories that have been "lost" as a result of amnesia have recently been retrieved in mice using light, according to a new study.
Video gaming may lead to a higher risk of developing certain neurological disorders, according to a new study.
Researchers have determined that a single gene variant is responsible to giving aging women a much higher risk of developing Alzheimer's disease, compared to men of the same age.