featured, From the CEO, Prevention

On Seahorses and Memory

Seahorses mate for life, and it is now becoming clear that social engagement is critical for both memory preservation and for keeping cognitive decline at bay. Our logo of two seahorses facing one another, as they are so often seen in the wild, is therefore rooted in this analogy of connectivity, both out in the world and within the confines of the brain itself.

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Mom Was Right, Eat Your Veggies

What we now know about the link between poor diet and cognitive decline should set off alarm bells in all of us. Each of us makes choices every day about what to put in our mouths, and those choices—though we assume ourselves to have free will—are often subconsciously affected by what we see on TV, in our own homes, and even in the aisles of grocery stores.

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Diagnosis, featured, Innovation, Memory, Prevention

When One Door Closes

What the Failure of Biogen’s Aducanumab Tells Us About Alzheimer’s — Risk Reduction is Still Our Best Weapon Today I serve as Neurotrack’s Head Writer. But three years ago, in a different professional incarnation, I had the privilege of sitting in a packed conference room with a bright, articulate representative from the pharmaceutical company Biogen […]

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Neurotrack Digital Therapeutics Study Finds Certain Lifestyle Changes Can Improve Cognitive Function in Older Adults At Risk for Dementia

(PRESS RELEASE) Neurotrack, an innovative digital health company on a mission to transform the assessment and prevention of memory loss and related diseases like Alzheimer’s, today announced the results of a preliminary study of its forthcoming digital therapeutic program. Designed to slow and/or prevent memory loss among at risk adults, initial findings show improved cognitive […]

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