How Depression Ages the Brain We speak to Dr. Darya Gaysina, psychologist and epidemiologist at University of Sussex, about the link between depression and cognitive decline. More

Why Alzheimer’s Hits Women Harder Than Men We talk to Dr. Marie Pasinski, faculty member at Harvard Medical School and neurologist at Massachusetts General's Institute for Brain Health, about why two out of three Americans with Alzheimer's are women and why it's especially important for women to… More

Could Being ‘Skinny Fat’ Harm Your Brain? We know that obesity is linked to increased dementia risk—but what about being 'skinny fat'? Being Patient talks to Dr. James Galvin, associate dean for clinical research at the Florida Atlantic University College of Medicine, about what he's discovered… More

Traumatic Brain Injury: Could It Cause Dementia? We talk to Dr. Bruce Lamb, Head of the Stark Neurosciences Research Institute at Indiana University, about how a traumatic brain injury can kick-start inflammation in the brain and, potentially, lead to dementia. More