memory loss

  • Teenagers Aren't Any Crazier Than They Used to Be

    As someone who writes a weekly column dedicated to Americans between the ages of 13 and 19, people think I consider myself some sort of teen expert. But a real one offers some fresh perspective on whether the kids are going to be alright.

  • How Virtual Reality Could Help Diagnose Dementia

    Instead of video games, this new virtual reality system catches dementia.

  • America Needs Alzheimer’s Funding Now

    While the National Institute of Health spends $3 billion a year on AIDS research, and nearly $4.9 billion on cancer, for Alzheimer’s it spends only $500 million, an enormous drop off for an illness that is already widespread and growing rapidly.