From protecting yourself and eating better to making sure you’re getting enough sleep, the following studies look at some of the things you can do to help reduce your risk of dementia.
Between our head and shoulders, knees and toes, reducing our dementia risk may be in taking care of our eyes, ears, mouth and nose.
Cases of dementia could be prevented by addressing these lifestyle factors:
A vision for dementia care in Alberta.
Complex symptoms at play in dementia—simplified into seven terms.
These 10 warning signs are different than normal age-related aging and should be noted.