Through the power of DanCE, we can change the Face of Alzheimer’s
1st Aug

2020

By Alice Park, Senior Health Correspondent, TIME How would you like to improve your cognitive health and have fun at the same time? Then you should click here ...

3rd Sep

2017

A new study led by a Colorado State University researcher shows that kicking up your heels can actually be good for your noggin. The research team demonstrated for the first time that decline in the brain’s “white matter” can be ...

17th Jun

2016

A new study provides the strongest evidence that anticholinergic drugs may increase the risk for dementia in older adults. The drugs implicated are commonly used, estimated to be taken by about 20% of the older adult population for ...

30th Apr

2016

Fund-raising for the DanCE study is comprised of both public and private donations.  So far, over 350 people and many organizations have generously donated to funding the Dance for Cognitive Enhancement study and feel confident that ...

12th Feb

2016

Dancing the Argentine Tango could have potential benefits for people at certain stages in the development of Parkinson’s disease, according to findings in a new study that looked at changes in patients’ motor abilities ...

19th Jun

2014

The Alzheimer's Association Central & North Florida Chapter is partnering with the Orlando Chapter of USA Dance to bring an innovative, engaging, and fun ballroom-dance program to the community. "Ballroom For the Brain" will use ...