The NEAR Steering Board member, Lars Nyberg, was interviewed in the daily newspaper DN on the aging brain and learning processes. Lars explains that we can learn new things throughout life, however at a slower pace, as compared to younger adults. Therefore, more time and practice may be needed but trying new things can be a good way to keep your brain healthy.
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The NEAR Steering Board member, Ingmar Skoog, has started a Swedish podcast together with the journalist Anders Palmgren entitled: “25% with Palmgren and Skoog”. 25% with Palmgren and Skoog is a podcast that addresses the view of older persons (65+ years) and wants to start a debate on important issues related to aging. For example, […]
The NEAR Scientific Advisory Board member, Miia Kivipelto, was interviewed in the daily newspaper DN on how to decrease your dementia risk. Miia explains that the FINGER method is a toolbox with five concrete things you can do to reduce your risk of dementia, and the best effect is achieved if combing them. Here are […]
The NEAR Scientific Advisory Board member, Miia Kivipelto, participated in TV4 Nyhetsmorgon where she talked about her new book release on how to decrease the risk for Alzheimer’s Disease (AD), which she has written together with Professor Mai-Lis Hellénius. Watch the program here