Informational blog about early onset dementia in adults. The latest news, discoveries, and advancements. Different professionals have helped us get a more in-depth understanding about early onset dementia, how we can detect the first symptoms, causes, diagnosis, treatment, therapies, etc.

How to Improve Your Short-Term Memory: Study Tips to Remember Everything

 

  If you want to improve your short-term memory, look no further for some ways to help you out. Your short-term memory is what allows […]

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what is early onset dementia

What Is Early Onset Dementia? Signs And Symptoms

 

  Early onset dementia.  Imagine you are at your friend’s 50th birthday gathering and you forget everyone’s name, how you got there and where you […]

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Art Therapy

Art therapy: Everything you need to know about this marvelous therapy

 

  What is art therapy? How can is something like art become a tool to help you through depression, anxiety, and even dyslexia? Find out […]

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Neuropsychology

Neuropsychology: A complete guide to all your questions

 

  We clarify all the questions you may have about neuropsychology: What it is, what does it study, neuropsychologist’s role and patients, what cognitive tests […]

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Endless Possibilities: How Technology Affects Your Brain

 

  In the current times, technology affects your brain in powerful ways that shape who you are as a person. This is especially the case […]

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Alzheimer's symptoms

11 Alzheimer’s symptoms to detect it in time

 

  When one of our family members starts to have memory peoples, we ask ourselves if perhaps they’re showing symptoms of Alzheimer’s. We should really […]

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New hope for Alzheimer’s treatment:blocking brain inflammation can help prevent progression of the disease

New hope for Alzheimer’s treatment:blocking brain inflammation can help prevent progression of the disease

 

  New hope for Alzheimer’s treatment:blocking brain inflammation can help prevent progression of the disease A University of Southampton-led study has found that stopping a […]

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Young athlete head injury

Mayo brain damage study shows non-professional athletes at risk of degenerative brain disorder

 

  In a recent study published in Sports Illustrated from the Mayo Clinic, a link has been made between contact sports and chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or […]

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Brain scans may one day be used to predict dementia

Brain scans may one day be used to predict dementia

 

  Brain scans may one day be used to predict dementia. Using brain scans, researchers were able to monitor mental decline over a two-year period […]

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Mysterious brain clumps behind dementia identified

Mysterious brain clumps behind dementia identified

 

  Mysterious brain clumps behind dementia identified. Certain forms of dementia may be caused by a gene mutation that makes proteins in the brain clump […]

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Senate panel: Dementia a $20 trillion threat

Senate panel: Dementia a $20 trillion threat

 

  Senate panel: Dementia a $20 trillion threat. The United States has to continue to make funding scientific research on Alzheimer’s disease and other causes […]

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