Check out the latest in aging advances, research, and events from NIA:
Are you interested in becoming an ambassador for aging equity in Illinois?
Help us welcome Austin, the 19th Dementia Friendly community in Illinois!
A recent clinical trial, funded in part by NIA, explored the impact of two drugs, gantenerumab or solanezumab, on symptoms and Alzheimer’s disease biomarkers among people with a rare type of early-onset dementia caused by genetic mutations. Researchers conducting the study…
Join by phone or online for the Alzheimer's Association's webinar: Ten Warning Signs of Alzheimer's
This National Hispanic Heritage Month, explore and share NIA’s materials in Spanish.
Many people in the later stages of Alzheimer’s disease lose interest in eating and may experience trouble with their chewing and swallowing. If a person with Alzheimer’s is not eating enough, he or she may not be getting the nutrients…
Sing your way into Fall with AgeGuide and the Good Memories Choir!
This educational presentation will give adults tips on how to maintain a healthy brain. See the link to register.
The risk of fallings increases as people age. Check out a few tips from the NIA to help you avoid injury from falls.