Researchers assessed the frequency and severity of cognitive impairments over time and specifically 1 year after hospitalization in patients who contracted COVID-19.
Hearing, vision, and dual sensory impairment are associated with cognitive impairment among older adults.
Multidomain interventions are equally effective for improving cognition in women and men.
Rates of memory concerns among older adults remained stable, but the incidence of cognitive decline more than doubled between 2009 and 2018.
For cognitively unimpaired older adults, the presence of Alzheimer disease pathology is related to memory impairment.
The authors searched PubMed/MEDLINE and Web of Science databases for studies of clinically diagnosed AD cases with frontal or behavioral presentations or bvFTD cases with neuropathological evidence of AD.
Researchers sought to evaluate the capability of a portable imaging system to effectively quantify THC impairment in cannabis users.
The researchers sought to explore the association between cognitive reserve indicator with global cognitive function, episodic memory, and working memory over time, and explore the role of brain pathologies in such associations.
Researchers sought to determine the risk of hospitalization and death associated with pimavanserin use, a novel antipsychotic medication, in adult patients 65 years and older with Parkinson disease.
Investigators installed GPS data loggers with custom software in participants’ vehicles to see if driving performance could predict preclinical Alzheimer disease.