Personalized risk-reduction interventions can improve cognition

Our team of researchers at UCSF and Kaiser Permanente Washington, led by Dr. Yaffe, have published a new study in JAMA Internal Medicine that explores the effect of a personalized, multidomain risk-reduction intervention on cognition and dementia risk factor profile in older adults. The study found that these strategies for personalized health and lifestyle changes can delay or even prevent memory loss for higher-risk older adults. Read UCSF's coverage of the study here. 

Read the paper here.