Vitamin D Deficiency Predicts Cognitive Decline

A new study supports a link between low levels of vitamin D and increased risk for cognitive decline, prompting calls for clinical trials to test whether vitamin D supplementation may delay or prevent dementia. In a group of cognitively … [Read more...]

Smoking Linked to Cognitive Decline in Middle-Aged Men

From Medscape Medical News > Psychiatry Smoking Linked to Cognitive Decline in Middle-Aged Men Joe Barber Jr, PhD June 21, 2012 — Middle-aged male smokers are more likely to have a faster decline in aspects of cognitive function, new … [Read more...]

Cognitive Training Improves Memory

Kate Johnson Freelance writer, Montreal, Canada From Medscape Medical News > Psychiatry Cognitive Training to Improve Memory Just as Effective as Other Intellectual Activities Kate Johnson January 25, 2011 … [Read more...]

Predictors of Dementia

July 23, 2010 (Honolulu, Hawaii) … [Read more...]

Cognition and Memory

July 20, 2010 (Honolulu, Hawaii). Early detection, diagnosis, and care of individuals with newly diagnosed cognitive impairment and dementia can significantly reduce outpatient healthcare costs new research suggests. Presented here … [Read more...]