There is still no effective treatment for Alzheimer's disease. That makes it all the more important to provide support for sufferers and their families. That is the job of Saskia Weiss from the German Alzheimer Society.
Practicality aside, reading and writing can offer lifelong benefits to brain health. A new study links illiteracy to a higher risk of dementia.
Mobile devices are often blamed for damaging our brains. So can apps help scientists research memory loss?
A lot can happen after a stroke. There are people who then speak with a foreign accent, or even lose their mother tongue and can only speak a foreign language. How is that even possible?
For years there have been reports that Alzheimer's can be diagnosed with peanut butter. But it's not that simple - an expert explains what really works.
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