New research finds that people who cannot read may have a threefold risk of developing dementia in older age, compared with people who can read.
A study of 35 people with and without Alzheimer's disease found that hyperspectral imaging of the retina could aid early diagnosis of the disease.
The first large-scale study of its kind examines the link between waist circumference in later life and the risk of developing dementia.
New research in mice sheds light on the mechanism that explains the causal link between a diet high in salt and a marker of Alzheimer's disease.
Biotech company Biogen have announced that they will file for official approval of a new Alzheimer's drug, while results in clinical trials were uncertain.
A new study finds that testing memory with sex-specific scores could lead to more females and fewer males receiving a mild cognitive impairment diagnosis.
New research shows how frontotemporal dementia progresses and enables scientists to accurately predict how the condition will spread.
A new study attributes the link between tau protein clumping and brain damage in Alzheimer's disease to brain immune cells called microglia.
New research in mice suggests that dabigatran, a blood thinning drug, may help delay the development of Alzheimer's by maintaining normal brain blood flow.
A large scale global study from ADI and the London School of Economics and Political Science examines the attitudes of people toward dementia.