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October 16, 2019
by Alzheimer's Prevention Bulletin
Women experience many symptoms during menopause which can include difficulty concentrating and memory loss.  Arizona State University researcher Dr. Bimonte-Nelson is studying the link between...
September 18, 2019
by Alzheimer's Prevention Bulletin
An Alzheimer’s disease prevention trial was stopped early for safety reasons. Learn why the study ended early and what’s next in the ongoing search for drugs to prevent and treat this disease.
Dietary supplements make up a ubiquitous, $40 billion industry. Some of the 50,000 different types of supplements out there claim to improve your mood, energy, vitamin levels and overall health...
Migraines could raise the risk of developing dementia, including Alzheimer's disease, according to researchers. The study published in the International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry ...
Exercise has long been known to provide a wealth of health benefits, both physical and mental. But a new study suggests that exercise can boost mental cognition immediately following the session...
August 30, 2019
by National Institute on Aging
Abnormal liver enzyme levels detected by commonly used blood tests may be linked to Alzheimer’s disease diagnosis and multiple biomarkers of the disease, according to a recent study. The findings...
August 27, 2019
by Health
When you consider everything this awe-inspiring organ does for you, it's mind-blowing. But caring for it isn't always top of, well, you know. To keep your brain sharp and nimble, learn how to...
High blood pressure is linked to a lot of common health problems, most notably stroke and heart disease. Scientists have also established a link between high blood pressure and increased dementia...
Increased, excessive napping could be an early warning of Alzheimer's disease, according to research published in August by the peer-reviewed journal Alzheimer's & Dementia.
Scientists identified new genes that impact the brain’s immune cells and may contribute to the risk of developing early-onset or late-onset Alzheimer’s.