Concussions found to accelerate brain atrophy & cognitive decline
Astrocyte cells, which support and guide neurons, can morph and harm neurons
One failed drug test does not rise to outright failure
MCW & UCONN scientists find abnormalities in BRAG1 protein can cause neurological dysfunction
Alzheimer’s may affect women more seriously than men
Memories in early stages of Alzheimer’s may be retrievable
Scientists replicate Alzheimer’s in a petri dish – likely leading to better disease analysis
Does aluminum play a role in developing Alzheimer’s disease?
New proteins shed light on how to block activity of an enzyme known to play a role in Alzheimer’s disease
More proof – change to a healthy lifestyle (or maintaining one) can reduce risk for dementia
Caregivers have vital influence on the emotional state of those suffering from Alzheimer’s disease
Strategy-based cognitive training strengthens brain capacity and can delay onset of Alzheimer’s
Blood test has potential to predict onset of Alzheimer’s disease; may be the starting point to finding a cure
New cell therapy may provide effective treatment of Alzheimer’s disease
Scientists erase, then reactivate memories in rats
Regular exercise significantly reduces risk of onset of Alzheimer’s disease
Prospective dementia drug builds new brain cell connections
Rebuilding neurons provide hope in treatment of brain diseases
Hormone treatment for menopause may do more than just help with hot flashes
The oligomers in the brain are the suspect, not the amyloid plaque
Rebuilding neurons provide hope in treatment of brain diseases
Think about it – exercise your mind
New drug study planned to evaluate effectiveness of crenezumab on early onset dementia
Stimulate your brain to lower dementia risk
Dimebon drug deemed failure for treating Alzheimer’s Disease
Small Steps – The Role of Drugs in Preventing Dementia Progression
Too much blood in the brain?
What’s more accurate for diagnosing dementia – recognizing cognative changes or scientific tests?
Energy Saving Mode – Not Just For Extending the Life of Your Appliances and Phone
Standardizing the Biomarkers for Alzheimer’s – We’re Getting Closer
Do excessive iron and copper levels increase the likelihood of onset of dementia?
Experts Reveal Best Ways to Save an Aging Brain
Alzheimer’s Report Called a Wakeup Call
Five Ways to Manage Costs of Caring for Aging Parent