For seniors, physical activity can help them stay mobile & independent for longer. The benefits of exercise go beyond the physical & can enrich social life and mental state.
It’s important to distinguish the facts from the myths about Alzheimer’s, especially when it comes to finding information online. Read on to learn about common myths surrounding this disease.
As we age, our brains change, but Alzheimer’s and related dementias are not an inevitable part of aging. It helps to understand what’s normal and what’s not when it comes to brain health.
Beyond staying physically fit and healthy, exercise can benefit your mental health.
Older adults with weaker handgrip are more likely to be cognitively impaired than those with a stronger grip. Handgrip strength may be a low-cost way to detect cognitive impairment.
The brain we are born with is not necessarily the brain you have all your life. If that sounds like someone has lost a few brain cells, read on to find out how Lehigh Valley residents can fight cognitive decline.