Finding the Right Memory Strategy to Slow Cognitive Decline

July 15, 2022


Read time:

<5 mins
Presented by Health Lab

What’s the best way to improve your memory as you age? A study by researchers from the University of Michigan and Penn State College of Medicine compared two approaches for people with an early form of memory loss. Benjamin Hampstead, Ph.D., a professor of psychiatry at Michigan Medicine and the VA Ann Arbor Healthcare System, discusses the study, exploring how they can help patients with mild cognitive impairment improve their cognition and how different approaches engage the brain in different ways.

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