Distraction, Restlessness In Adults: Is It Dementia Or Is It ADHD?As Americans grow older, doctors are seeing more coming in with symptoms that look like early dementia or Alzheimer's, but is it really?
Seen At 11: Cocoa Could Help Reverse Memory Loss By DecadesNew research shows a component of cocoa may actually help reverse memory loss associated with aging by decades.
Judge OKs 65-Year Deal Over NFL Concussions; Could Cost $1BA federal judge has approved a potential $1 billion plan to resolve thousands of NFL concussion lawsuits filed by retired players.
Videos Of Loved Ones Used To Spur Memories In Dementia PatientsSome people are trying something different when it comes to their relatives who have dementia.
Study: Those With More Body Fat Less Likely To Develop Dementia In Old AgeA new study claims that your weight matters when it comes to the risk of dementia, but it's contrary to what you might think.
NYC Seniors Dance To Reduce Risk Of Developing DementiaThe seniors at the Fred Astaire Dance Studio on the Upper East Side dance for something more than just a good time. Each step they take may help ward off dementia.
Jared Max: Surgeon General Ought To Warn Everyone About Dangers Of FootballHow would you react if you came home from work one evening and found your 9-year-old son smoking a cigarette? Would you revoke his cellphone, Internet and TV privileges before, or after you drove him to football practice?
NFL: 3 In 10 Ex-Players Face Alzheimer's, Dementia The NFL estimates that nearly three in 10 former players will develop debilitating brain conditions, and that they will be stricken earlier and twice as often as the general population.
Seen At 11: Five Tests To Save Your LifeCBS 2 reveals five easy tests to help detect the early signs of several diseases.
Body Of Missing Westchester Man Found By Worker In Wooded AreaA missing Westchester County man was found dead in a wooded area Thursday.
Man With Dementia, Parkinson's Missing From Westchester HomePolice on Saturday were looking for a man suffering from dementia and Parkinson’s disease who disappeared from his Westchester County home.
Study: Hot Cocoa Is Good For Your BrainA new study in the Journal of Neurology says hot cocoa is good for your brain. The cocoa drinkers in the study performed better on thinking and memory tests than those who didn't drink hot cocoa.