A high probability of atrial fibrillation by AI-ECG-AF score correlated with cerebral infarcts on MRI.
The odds of cognitive impairment increased more than eightfold for older adults with dual sensory impairment.
The test is indicated for patients 55 years and older who present with cognitive impairment and are being evaluated for Alzheimer’s disease and cognitive decline.
Evidence from a phase 2 trial suggests positive effects on cognition and gait in elderly patients with type 2 diabetes.
Treatments based on cognitive behavioral therapies may reduce depressive symptoms, but evidence is lacking for their effect on anxiety.
Individualized multidomain interventions are equally effective for improving cognition in women and men.
A new study adds to increasing evidence that exposure to greenspace can help improve cognitive function.
Increasing green space is associated with higher scores for overall cognition and psychomotor speed/attention, but not higher scores for learning/working memory.
A high prevalence of hypertension and type 2 diabetes was seen among the Puerto Rican cohort; those with both have deteriorating patterns in major white matter tracts.
Women, those older than 80 years and those living in more deprived areas are more likely to have memory concern and cognitive decline recorded in primary care.
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