Normal pressure hydrocephalus can be mistaken for Parkinson's and Alzheimer's diseases, but can be treated.
Is Alzheimer’s disease preventable? What are the best ways to keep your brain sharp? Hear what a Providence brain expert has to say.
These are some of the questions Providence experts will cover at the Nov. 1 forum: The Curious Workings of the Brain.
Michael Mega, M.D., explains how new research indicates that even lighter hits to the head, over time, can add up to cognitive impairment.
What you eat could help prevent or even delay the onset of Alzheimer's Disease.
Amy Schultz, Ph.D., from Providence Brain and Spine Institute and Ken Weizer, N.D., from Providence Integrative Medicine Program review the difference between Alzheimer's and "senior moments".
Mistaking the gas for the brake can be fatal, especially if seniors are experiencing cognitive decline.
Michael Mega, M.D., Ph.D., explains mild cognitive impairment and the ways we are working to prevent and slow the progression of Alzheimer's disease.