Search Is On For Safer Helmet

The crack of helmets hitting might be a signature sound of a football game, but many researchers also hear it as a warning for potential danger to the brains of players. The hard plastic helmet has been standard equipment for football players since it was introduced...

Cleveland Clinic Doctor Studying Football Players’ Brain Health

While inescapable hoopla surrounds the upcoming Super Bowl between the Carolina Panthers and the Denver Broncos, some work quietly to find ways to make football safer. One of those is Dr. Charles Bernick, Associate Medical Director for the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo...

Teen Inventor Keeps AD Patients Safe, Starting With His Own Grandfather

About 60 percent of America’s 5.5 million Alzheimer’s sufferers will wander from their caregivers at some point, but 15-year-old Kenneth Shinozuka worried most about one: His grandfather. As the grandfather’s disease progressed and he became more prone to walking...

‘What Happens in Vegas Changes Lives’

That tagline helped fill a hotel ballroom with Consumer Electronics Show delegates looking to learn how technology can be enlisted in Alzheimer’s research and the fight against Alzheimer’s Disease. Alzheimer’s Research Aided by New Technology Dr. Jeffrey L. Cummings,...