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Could your humor indicate your risk for dementia?

If a once reserved friend or loved one begins to laugh during inappropriate situations or finds humor in another’s misfortunes,...

Celebrating the Holidays with a Loved One with Dementia: A Guide for Family Caregivers

When you are a caregiver for a family member with dementia, the holidays are a mixture of many things: practical organizing and...

Can drinking tea prevent dementia?

A study in the December 2016 Journal of Nutrition, Health & Aging showed that drinking tea frequently is associated with a lower risk...

Could changes in thinking skills be reversible dementia?

We use the term “dementia” to describe a number of conditions that cause permanent thinking skills changes, such as memory loss...

Another way to think about dementia

While Alzheimer’s disease continues to be the most recognized type of dementia, older men should also be mindful about the second...