Eating, dressing, getting in and out of a chair. In the course of daily life, we use many skills to accomplish even "simple" tasks. Walking or using a fork is surprisingly complex. Nerve Read More
One common outcome of a stroke or other brain injury is the sudden loss of ability to process language. This disability is called "aphasia" (ah-FAY-zya).
Depending Read More
"Whether you think you can, or you think you can't—you're right."
It turns out this truism applies to the ways we perceive the aging process itseRead More
If your loved one has Parkinson's disease, you have likely observed physical symptoms such as tremors, slowed movement, and poor balance. In addition to treatment with medication, evidence is mRead More
If you have a relative with Alzheimer's or one of many other dementia conditions, it's natural to wonder about your own risk.
While there is no cure as yet, there is increasing evidRead More