15 Minutes With Dr. Sanjay Gupta

In the first part of our two-part interview, Dr. Sanjay Gupta discusses what it was like to operate on a brain for the first time, his personal connection to brain health and ways to keep your brain healthy

Your Health

Important Questions to Ask About Alzheimer’s Disease

Dr. Sharon Allison-Ottey shares what to ask your healthcare provider if you think you're developing dementia or notice signs in a loved one

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The Personal and Financial Toll Alzheimer’s Takes on Women of Color

The costs of caring for loved ones with Alzheimer's disease are high — and for women of color, they're even higher

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Retiring Early Can Be Bad For the Brain

New study finds that people who retire early can suffer from accelerated cognitive decline.

Menopause & Aging Well

Does Forgetting a Name or Word Mean That I Have Dementia?

Dementia, which is not technically a disease but a term for impaired ability to think, remember or make decisions, is one of the most feared impairments of old age.

Menopause & Aging Well

Racism Linked To Cognitive Decline in African American Women

African Americans have higher rates of dementia and Alzheimer's disease than white Americans.

Menopause & Aging Well

How COVID-19 Might Increase Risk of Memory Loss and Cognitive Decline

Of all frightening ways that the SARS-COV-2 virus affects the body, one of the more insidious is the effect of COVID-19 on the brain.

Science and Technology

Alzheimer’s Caregiving Is a Labor of Love

Caregivers deserve compassion and understanding, too.

Family & Caregiving

Fitter Bodies Made for Healthier Brains

Another reason to prioritize your trip to the gym.

Your Health

Too Few Seniors Are Getting Their Memory Tested

Most seniors expect their doctor to recommend testing of thinking and memory when it's needed.

Your Health

Too Much TV Might Dull the Aging Brain

The old saying, "TV rots your brain," could have some validity for folks as they age.

Your Health