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A geriatrician offers advice to help guide this difficult but important conversation.

When neurons die, it creates a host of problems for patients with Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease and stroke.

Learn why self-care is essential for "sandwich generation" caregivers, and how to get the support you need.

If your genes gave you a high risk of having a heart attack, Alzheimer's disease or stroke, would you want to know? 

What to do if a loved one is having trouble behind the wheel.

A study suggests that having a greater purpose in life may help limit the harmful effects of changes in the brain associated with Alzheimer’s disease.

A study from Rush University Medical Center estimates that the number of people with Alzheimer's disease may triple by 2050.

If you're always out and about, you may have a lower risk of Alzheimer's disease than those who stay home all the time.

Learn about signs and risk factors that may point to more serious memory-related problems.

Lonely people may be twice as likely to develop the type of dementia linked to Alzheimer's disease in late life as those who are not lonely.

Do you have the power to prevent Alzheimer's disease? Keeping your brain fit can reduce your risk of Alzheimer's disease.