Miami Police Searching For Missing Elderly ManHe was last seen on Saturday at an assistant living facility located at 3511 Northwest 11th Court.
Very Fit Women Less Likely To Develop Dementia Later In Life, Study SaysThere's new evidence that suggests keeping your body physically fit can also keep you mentally fit.
Women's Dementia Risk May Increase Due To High Blood PressureWomen who develop high blood pressure in their 40s could be much more likely to suffer dementia later in life.
Music Offers Dementia, Parkinson's Patients Ways To MendA nationwide program is helping dementia and Parkinson's patients cope with their illnesses through music.
Moderate, Heavy Drinkers More Likely To Reach Age 85 Without Dementia, Study SaysModerate to heavy alcohol drinkers are reportedly more likely to reach age 85 without developing dementia and similar cognitive issues when compared to non-drinkers.
CBS4 Exclusive: Ex-Dolphin At Center Of NFL Concussion Settlement Speaks OutFormer Miami Dolphin Shawn Wooden, who is at the center of an NFL concussion-related settlement, tells his story to CBS4 Chief Investigator Michele Gillen.
Ex-Dolphins Player At The Center Of NFL's Concussion LawsuitThe name of an ex- football player at the center of a settlement dispute between former players and the National Football League (NFL) will likely come up again on Monday.
Missing Coral Gables Man Reunited With FamilyA Coral Gables man, reported missing on Friday, has been reunited with his family.
Brain Injury Group: NFL Concussion Award Scheme WrongA national brain injury group says the proposed payout scheme for NFL concussion-related injuries is "deeply flawed."
Focus On South Florida: Keeping Dementia At BayAlzheimer’s is a growing problem nationwide. In Florida the prevalence of the disease in Florida is forecast to increase from 49 percent to 81 percent between now and 2025.
Miami Gardens PD Locate Missing Elderly Man Miami Gardens officials need help locating an elderly man with dementia who was last seen Friday.
Study Links Contact Sports And Brain DamageResearchers at Boston University have found evidence that years of blows to the head in football and other sports leads to a distinct pattern of brain damage can eventually turn into dementia.