While approximately one in seven adults over age 65 may be experiencing cognitive impairments to varying degrees, the effects of age-related cognitive decline and memory loss are far reaching and likely already affecting you or someone you care for. The good news is research is advancing at a rapid rate, with recent scientific advances showing growing evidence that cognition and brain health can be maintained throughout life with behavioral and lifestyle changes.
Our leadership and partners at the McKnight Brain Institutes are dedicated to advancing research and providing valuable information to the public. Read our latest news contributions and press releases to learn more about our efforts to better understand and alleviate age-related cognitive decline and memory loss.
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Advocating for new research helps us understand age-related cognitive decline and memory loss to help people like you age successfully.