An online poll was conducted among 1,600 people who answered questions about their knowledge of brain health and the relationship to cognitive decline and dementia. The majority (91%) of respondents believed they could reduce the risk of cognitive decline.
With the populations of older adults rising in most countries of the world, concern is also rising about the increasing prevalence of cognitive impairment and dementias,
Physicians and medical providers are evaluated by a number of performance measures, such as amount of time spent with each patient and recommendations that follow evidence-based guidelines.
How well people feel in control of their environments and their lives may well have an influence on their years of life, according to the results of a new study.
The term “active aging” means staying involved in life, and the seven dimensions of wellness are a framework to support that purpose. Staying active appears to be a consistent goal of centenarians—people who are 100 years old.
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