January 30, 2015

alzheimer's disease

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  • Being an Older, Safer Driver

    Being an Older, Safer Driver

    by Berkeley Wellness

    A recent study found that older drivers—even if they're healthy—tend to make more errors that can put themselves, and others, at risk. What are the red flags that skills may be slipping and can aging people sharpen their behind-the-wheel abilities?

  • About Home Genetic Testing

    About Home Genetic Testing

    by Berkeley Wellness

    If you’re curious about whether your genes put you at elevated risk for disease, you may be tempted by the ads for at-home genetic tests. Before you buy, see whether it's wise or a waste of money.

  • Should You Be Tested for Alzheimer’s?

    Should You Be Tested for Alzheimer’s?

    by John Swartzberg, M.D.

    If you feel you’ve become more forgetful, you may be tempted by the many websites and community groups offering cognitive tests for early signs of Alzheimer’s disease and other kinds of dementia—even if you’re afraid of what you’ll find out.