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A decline in dementia could be linked to healthier arteries
Recent articles have reported a possible decline in dementia. What is causing it? Researchers examined data from more than 1500 brain autopsies to find out. The results could help scientists better understand the link between Alzheimer’s disease and cardiovascular health.
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Data from unsuccessful Alzheimer’s trial may help future studies

The Anti-Amyloid Treatment in Asymptomatic AD (A4) trial released initial results in March 2023 that showed the research drug did not slow cognitive decline. However, the A4 study data may help researchers craft future Alzheimer’s prevention trials for better outcomes.

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How a flu shot could reduce your risk for dementia
A recent study highlights the relationship between viral infections, such pneumonia caused by the flu or a case of meningitis in midlife and dementia later in life. Scientists recently reported their findings in the publication Neuron. Read on to learn how a bad case of the flu or other virus could impact your risk of developing Alzheimer’s or other neurogenerative diseases.