Many people are familiar with Alzheimer’s disease, because they’ve had the devastating experience of seeing a loved one struggle with it. However, even those who’ve encountered Alzheimer’s may not fully understand what it is, how it affects the brain, or even how it develops in the first place.
When you want to learn a new skill or study for a test, you probably rely on the old methodology of practice makes perfect. But, while practice doesn’t hurt, you need to think about how you follow-up those practice or study sessions to make the new information stick. Recent research has indicated that what you […]
If you’ve ever needed an excuse to crack open a cold one or pour yourself a cocktail after a hard study session, science may be on your side...
New breakthroughs in behavioral research and the discovery of possible Alzheimer's biomarkers have created hope in facilitating earlier diagnosis and better outcomes.