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IOS Press publishes 1000th ebook

February 4, 2016 - IOS Press is proud to announce the publication of its 1000th ebook.

February 4, 2016

Alzheimer’s Diagnosis Complicated by History of Reading Problems

January 21, 2016 - Correctly diagnosing Alzheimer’s disease remains a challenge for medical professionals. Now, a new study published in the current issue of the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease reveals a new clue to possible misdiagnosis. The study found that older adults with a history of reading problems perform similarly on some neuropsychological tests to those who show signs of mild cognitive impairment (MCI) associated with early Alzheimer’s disease. The finding, based on the results of a Stony Brook University-led research team in collaboration with Boston University School of Medicine, emphasizes the need for professionals to take into account developmental history and have a broad understanding of neuropsychological testing when interpreting the meaning of low memory test scores.

January 21, 2016

Omega-3 levels affect whether B vitamins can slow brain’s decline

January 19, 2016 - While research has already established that B vitamin supplements can help slow mental decline in older people with memory problems, an international team have now found that having higher levels of Omega-3 fatty acids in your body could boost the B vitamins’ effect.

January 19, 2016

Mentally Challenging Activities Key to a Healthy Aging Mind

January 15, 2016 - One of the greatest challenges associated with the growing numbers of aged adults is how to maintain a healthy aging mind. Taking up a new mental challenge such as digital photography or quilting may help maintain cognitive vitality, say researchers reporting in Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience.

January 15, 2016