According to a recent study, stability in body mass index (BMI) over time is linked to a slower cognitive decline in older people.

We know that aerobic exercise, like walking, swimming, running, or biking, are good for our brain. It improves our mood, gives us energy and …boosts our memory! According to a recent small study, white matter of our brain, which is responsible for communication between neurons, can also benefit from aerobic exercise, improving memory recall in […]

From previous studies we already know that high blood pressure in our mid-life is a strong predictor of dementia in later life. According to a recent report from the long-term ASPREE study, short and long-term fluctuations in blood pressure, in other words, blood pressure variability (BPV), in older adults, particularly in men, can also indicate […]

According to a recent study, a short regular afternoon nap by older people may help to improve their working memory, verbal fluency and locational awareness.