Changing the Future of All Minds

More Evidence Exercise Benefits Brain, Especially For Women

More Evidence Exercise Benefits Brain, Especially For Women

BY EMILY WOODRUFF Alzheimer’s still does not have a cure or treatment, but there is one overarching message that both research and doctors support: Physical fitness may be able to change the trajectory of the disease. A new study adds evidence to that view, suggesting...
5 Key Takeaways From Move for Minds 2018

5 Key Takeaways From Move for Minds 2018

At our Move for Minds events in June 2018, we featured nearly 50 superstar experts in the fields of brain health and Alzheimer’s who shared their latest research and insights into what we should know about this disease today. Here are the biggest lessons learned...
5 Lifestyle Changes That Keep Your Brain Sharp at Any Age

5 Lifestyle Changes That Keep Your Brain Sharp at Any Age

Trying to keep your mind in tip-top shape? An expert tells us how you can fight brain decline by living an active and engaged life. According to the Alzheimer’s Association, more than five million Americans are currently living with Alzheimer’s. By 2050, that number...
Shining a Light on Vitamin D

Shining a Light on Vitamin D

Many chronic conditions can be associated with low levels of vitamin D. Vitamin D affects the immune system and may act as a neuroprotective agent. In MS (multiple sclerosis), low levels of vitamin D can possibly increase the risk of developing and/or worsening MS....
The DASH Diet: Good for Heart Health and Brain Health

The DASH Diet: Good for Heart Health and Brain Health

U.S. News & World Report rates The National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute’s DASH diet (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension) as the “best overall” and “healthy eating” plan to lower blood pressure and cholesterol. New research shows that the DASH diet may...
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