Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) is a form of dementia, a catchall phrase for difficulties in thinking, memory, reasoning, learning, decision-making and speed in processing information. Researchers estimate that 60 to 80 percent of people with dementia have Alzheimer’s Disease and that 66 percent of the people with the disease are women.READ MORE
Guest Post -Deborah C. Mash, Ph.D. (Founder and director of the University of Miami Brain Endowment Bank™).
The brain is the next biological frontier. In the past twenty years, we have learned more about the brain than in all human history. The study of the human brain is essential for ensuring our health and wellness across the lifespan.READ MORE
People expect, and even joke about, their parents having a certain amount of age-related forgetfulness, like not remembering where they left the front door key. For some, however, the memory loss worsens until one day, your aging parent can’t figure out how to put the key into the lock. READ MORE