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People with high blood pressure in their 40s, or with a bigger blood pressure change in their late 30s and 40s, were most at risk.
The study of more than 150,000 men found a link between the degenerative diseases and a treatment drug called androgen deprivation therapy (ADT).
Pearl’'s Memory Babies, a nonprofit group based in Kentucky, was launched after its founder saw the lasting effect a doll had on her mother-in-law.
Bill Gates says there could be a way to predict Alzheimer’s using a voice app that listens for ‘warning signs’
Gates envisions a future where people predict Alzheimer's before symptoms appear using the sound of our voices.
Your multivitamins and brain-boosting pills may be suspect, and regulators are cracking down on the $40 billion industry
Federal regulators announced this week that they'll be taking a more active role in policing the $40 billion supplement industry.
The 96-year-old who won the 2018 Nobel Prize in physics reveals his science-backed secret to staying sharp in old age
Arthur Ashkin is the oldest person ever awarded a Nobel Prize. But he says he's not done discovering yet. He still works every day.
Drug giant Pfizer isn’t ready to abandon neuroscience — here’s its $150-million ‘star cluster’ strategy for betting on p...
Execs from pharma giant Pfizer shared their strategy for keeping an eye on neuroscience — if not from the front row, then at least from the sidelines.
If you're looking to eat healthier, lose weight, and have more energy during the day, researchers advise trying a plant-based or Mediterranean diet.
There are about 50 million people in the world living with dementia. Here's what it's like for the people taking care of them.
There are about 50 million people living with dementia in the world, but there are still many misconceptions about what causes the symptoms. Here are some of the surprising facts about the diseases that cause dementia, and how they affect someone.