Prevention

Coaching and Education Reduce Alzheimer’s Risk Factors and Improve Cognition, According to Early Results from NIA-Funded Study

Guided intervention with a health coach may be more effective for lowering risk factors; adherence is key (PRESS RELEASE) A new study by Neurotrack, the leader in science-backed cognitive health solutions, and the University of Arkansas, finds that after only four months of intervention, health education and cognitive health coaching can lower risks and improve cognition […]

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Prevention

Protect Your Brain with a Poke in the Arm

Just when you might be feeling a little sick of shots, there’s new research to encourage you to get your immunizations up to date. There may be a cognitive health benefit from recommended vaccines, including the flu shot, the COVID-19 booster, and for those 50-plus, the shingles vaccine. Don’t forget your flu shot Flu season […]

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Innovation

Neurotrack Develops 3-Minute Digital Test to Screen for Cognitive Impairment During Annual Wellness Visits

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 […]

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featured, Prevention

Cognitive Resilience (and How to Build It!)

Like the common cold, there is no cure for Alzheimer’s and other types of dementia. But, just as you can protect yourself from catching a cold by building up your immunity, you can also protect yourself against dementia, or delay its onset, by building up cognitive resilience. Researchers say that building cognitive resilience can help […]

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featured, Prevention

Lifestyle Is Key to Preventing Memory Loss

One of the biggest misconceptions people have about aging is that there’s nothing anyone can do to prevent memory loss. In fact, in recent years researchers around the globe have discovered just the opposite! It turns out that simple lifestyle changes can have a big impact on brain health and cognitive longevity. The groundbreaking FINGER […]

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From the CEO, Prevention, Uncategorized

Introducing Our Brain Health Library

World Alzheimer’s Day has a special urgency this year.  For many people affected by the isolation and disruptions of COVID-19, the impact of changes in sleep, diet, exercise, social contact and mental engagement on their cognitive state is both surprising and concerning. The “brain fog” that so many people have described has also been a […]

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Prevention

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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