The Digital Exam Enables Providers, For The First Time Ever, To Quickly Screen Brain Health During A Typical 40-Minute Wellness Appointment, More Efficiently And Accurately Signaling Early Signs Of Cognitive Decline (PRESS RELEASE) Neurotrack, the leader in science-backed cognitive health solutions, announced today the launch of the first ever three-minute digital cognitive assessment that enables […]Read more
Survey Says: Cognitive Decline Top of Mind for Adults 60+
Read about the results of Neurotrack’s survey of adults 60+ and their attitudes and concerns around cognitive health.Read more
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 […]Read more
A Match Made in Cognitive Health Heaven: Neurotrack & Dai-ichi Life Join Forces
With a diet rich in fish and vegetables, universal healthcare, and citizens who visit their doctors, on average, fourteen times a year, Japan boasts some of the healthiest humans on the planet. And yet the upshot of this statistically anomalous A+ on its health report card means that one fifth of Japan’s population is now […]Read more
Does a Sudoku a Day Keep Alzheimer’s At Bay?
Brain Training and Cognitive Decline
If you’ve been paying attention to the news about brain health, you’ve probably noticed an uptick in claims that a Sudoku a day can keep Alzheimer’s at bay. Others (cough cough, Mom) swear by crossword puzzles. Are brain games the key to staving off cognitive decline? The short answer is maybe, but we don’t know […]Read more
Poultry and Berries and Nuts, Oh My!
The MIND Diet Boosts Brain HealthRead more
Early diagnosis of memory loss may help prevent Alzheimer’s disease
Most people believe there’s nothing you can do to prevent Alzheimer’s disease, so they’re reluctant to discover the state of their cognitive health.Read more
Is Alzheimer’s disease the new diabetes?
I strongly believe that in 2022 the idea that Alzheimer’s is preventable will be widespread.Read more
Celebrating the women scientists tackling memory loss
On International Women’s Day, we celebrate the women in STEM driving the science behind our products.Read more
Mike Betts: How I’m taking control of my memory health
Facing this issue head-on doesn’t have to be a negative experience. We all have challenges to face and dealing with this one in a positive, constructive, optimistic way brings with it many benefits.Read more