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She had researched Alzheimer's disease and its effects on the brain for years, but it wasn't until her own mother's memory began to slip that Dr. Eva Feldman, a University of Michigan...
Scientists are setting a new course in their quest to treat Alzheimer's disease. The shift comes out of necessity. A series of expensive failures with experimental drugs aimed at a toxic protein...
May 1, 2019
by Alzheimer's Association
Physical activity is a valuable part of any overall body wellness plan and is associated with a lower risk of cognitive decline. If it’s safe for you, engage in cardiovascular exercise to elevate...
Some people told they have Alzheimer’s may instead have a newly identified mimic of the disease — and scientists say even though neither is yet curable, it’s critical to get better at telling...
Encouraging evidence indicates that being more physically active is associated with a lower risk of Alzheimer’s disease and a slower rate of cognitive decline in older adults. But it remains unclear...
April 17, 2019
by Alzheimer's Prevention Bulletin
A new study showed that a blood test can detect a protein in the blood associated with memory and thinking problems along with brain shrinkage. While the test is only available for research at this...
Being easily tricked by scams could be a sign that an older person has the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease, scientists have found. 
April 5, 2019
by US News and World Report
A new study found that the common NSAID naproxen was ineffective at preventing Alzheimer’s disease.
An under-utilized tool could help correctly diagnose and manage dementia, leading to better care, according to a new study. The study, published in the Journal of the American Medical...
Statistics by themselves can sometimes be confusing or open to misinterpretation, so LifeTimes talked to an expert on Alzheimer’s disease about the latest numbers from the Alzheimer’s...