A new study reports high blood pressure in middle age may lead to cognitive impairment and could be a risk factor for Alzheimer's disease.
A diet that helps lower the risks of Alzheimer's disease by as much as 53 percent has been ranked the easiest to follow and second best overall diet for 2016.
Women who experience migraines while pregnant are at increased risk of miscarriage, caesarean sections, preterm labor and delivering babies with low birth weight.
A new study reports that increased weight loss per decade during midlife to late life is associated with an increased risk of developing MCI.
Two new studies from researchers at USC provide fresh insight into Alzheimer's risks. Researchers say attending college can stave off dementia and help retain memories in old age. Additionally, researchers report reducing diabetes and hypertension after 50 could increase longevity in people with Alzheimer's disease.
Higher levels of plasmin, an enzyme involved in blood clotting prevention, enhances the virulence and infectivity of SARS-CoV-2 by cleaving its spike proteins. Enhanced levels of plasmin are common in a range of diseases, including diabetes and heart disease. The findings shed light on why those with hypertension and diabetes are at increased risk of complications following coronavirus infection.
According to researchers, new evidence suggest survivors of childhood cancers have higher risk of suffering a stroke at a young age.
Researchers report people who reported hypertension onset during their 80's were 42 percent less likely to develop dementia after the age of 90 than those with no history of high blood pressure.
According to a new study, having high blood pressure in your 50's can impact your brain health and cognitive skills later in life.
A new study finds increased amyloid levels in the brains of unmedicated hypertensive adults with a genetic risk factor for Alzheimer's disease.