A friend has a parent who lives with Alzheimer’s disease. Because of her family history, she has been offered a blood test to assess her own risk for Alzheimer’s. How accurate are these types of tests – and how useful are they?
Over the years, I’ve heard countless times that crosswording also helps ward off dementia. Is this true?
November Dr. Sarah Ocañas becomes Oklahoma’s first recipient of a $2.2 million early independence grant. Dr. Sarah Ocañas didn’t take the traditional path to becoming a research scientist. After graduating from college with degrees in mathematics and biology, she joined Teach for America, a nonprofit that sends educators to underserved communities. Ocañas was assigned to Texas’ […]
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For years, the terms “Alzheimer’s” and “dementia” have been used interchangeably. But the difference between them is important.
The National Institutes of Health has awarded OMRF scientist Tommy Lewis $2.2 million to study the inner workings of brain cells.