The Alzheimer’s Association recently held its annual International Conference (AAIC), known as the world’s largest forum for the dementia research community. Experts, researchers and clinicians from more than 70 countries gathered to present and discuss the latest Alzheimer’s research.
Results from three particular studies stand out as significant, with findings that may impact how we ought to modify our own behavior and help possibly keep our brains healthier for longer.
Study #1: Brain Games Might Cut the Risk of Developing Alzheimer’s in Half
This study looked at 3,000 seniors over a 10-year period and concluded that 11-14 hours of computerized speed training reduced …read more