Faith Hill recounts how husband Tim McGraw supported her late father during his battle with dementia

She’s had her husband Tim McGraw by her side for 25 years. And Faith Hill shared just how essential her partner was in helping her say goodbye to her late father Ted Perry in an interview with People published Thursday. The 54-year-old songstress recounted how McGraw, 54, kept her dad company in the final days … Read more

Country singer Stonewall Jackson passes away at the age of 89 after a ‘long battle’ with dementia

Country singer Stonewall Jackson has died at the age of 89. The performer was best known for being a longtime member of the historic and long-running show, The Grand Ole Opry. According to People, executives from the Grand Ole Opry confirmed that the singer passed away on Saturday after a ‘long battle’ with vascular dementia. Departed: Country … Read more

Wendy Williams’ Brother Shuts Down Rumors That She’s Battling Dementia Amid Her Absence From ‘The Wendy Williams Show’ Celebrity News

Roommates, Wendy Williams is trending online after rumors surfaced that she has early dementia and is confined to a wheelchair after a clip from “The Rickey Smiley Morning Show” aired. If you recall, Wendy has been away from her daytime talk show but not due to these reasons. Her brother, Tommy Williams, has shut all … Read more

Reversing Development of Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia Using Unique Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Protocol

Study results show elevated blood flow and improved oxygenation in the brain of patients suffering from cognitive impairment. Credit: Tel Aviv University Reversal of the biological hallmarks responsible for development of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia using unique hyperbaric oxygen therapy protocol. A team of investigators from Tel Aviv University has succeeded in restoring brain trauma … Read more

Drinking two coffees and two teas a day may cut risk of stroke and dementia

Drinking two coffees and two teas a day may cut risk of stroke and dementia by up to a third, study claims Chinese researchers followed 500,000 Britons over a decade for the study Those who drank two coffees and teas were a third less likely to suffer strokes Their odds of developing dementia also fell … Read more

Coffee and Tea Linked With Reduced Rates of Stroke and Dementia – Here’s How Much To Drink

Intake of 4-6 total cups daily was associated with lowest risks. Drinking coffee or tea may be associated with a lower risk of stroke and dementia, according to a study of healthy individuals aged 50-74 published on November 16th, 2021, in the open-access journal PLOS Medicine. Drinking coffee was also associated with a lower risk … Read more

‘Anti-inflammatory’ diet of fruit, veg, tea and coffee slashes dementia risk, study

Eating an ‘anti-inflammatory’ diet of fruit, vegetables, tea and coffee could cut the chances of getting dementia by a third. A cup of tea, a morning coffee and fruit, vegetables and legumes such as lentils and chickpeas, all contain healthy plant compounds. These help combat age-related inflammation in the body which can increase the risk … Read more

What You Eat Could Maintain Cognitive Health, Lower Risk of Dementia

Three times greater risk of dementia linked to diet low in fruits, vegetables, beans, tea. As people age, inflammation within their immune system increases, damaging cells. A new study shows that people who consumed an anti-inflammatory diet that includes more fruits, vegetables, beans, and tea or coffee, had a lower risk of developing dementia later … Read more

Optimal Blood Pressure Helps Our Brains Age Slower – Lower Risk of Heart Disease, Stroke and Dementia

Credit: Anya Wotton/ANU People with elevated blood pressure that falls within the normal recommended range are at risk of accelerated brain aging, according to new research from The Australian National University (ANU).  The research also found optimal blood pressure helps our brains stay at least six months younger than our actual age. The researchers are now calling for national health … Read more

Time Until Alzheimer’s Dementia Symptoms Appear Can Be Estimated via Brain Scan

Alzheimer’s dementia predicted by brain amyloid levels, age. Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have developed an approach to estimating when a person who is likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease, but has no cognitive symptoms, will start showing signs of Alzheimer’s dementia. The algorithm, available online in the journal Neurology, uses … Read more