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The WAM Summit: Creative Advances in Alzheimer’s – THE WOMEN’S ALZHEIMER’S MOVEMENT

6 days ago
We need science to find a cure for Alzheimer’s, and science needs us to participate. So join award-winning journalists Maria Shriver and Natalie Morales in conversation with leading Alzheimer’s researchers,...

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Prevents Alzheimer’s Processes in Mice

2 weeks ago
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) — treatment in which patients are given pure oxygen — prevented the biological processes responsible for the development of Alzheimer’s disease in a mouse model, a...

MIND diet linked to better cognitive performance: Study finds diet may contribute to cognitive resilience in the elderly — ScienceDaily

2 weeks ago
Aging takes a toll on the body and on the mind. For example, the tissue of aging human brains sometimes develops abnormal clumps of proteins that are the hallmark of...

Eisai Starting FDA Submission for Alzheimer’s Therapy Lecanemab

2 weeks ago
Eisai has started work on a rolling submission to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for a Biologics License Application (BLA) for lecanemab (BAN2401), its antibody treatment for early...

Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga prepare for Bennett’s last big concert – 60 Minutes – CBS News

2 weeks ago
The 95-year-old singer is gearing up for two more shows at Radio City Music Hall, though he’s grappling with Alzheimer’s. Anderson Cooper was there as he prepared. When Tony Bennett’s...

Utilizing Music and Alzheimer’s: the Strongest Kind of Magic

3 weeks ago
Source: Utilizing Music and Alzheimer’s: the Strongest Kind of Magic

Amyloid-beta Produced in the Liver May Play Role in Alzheimer’s

4 weeks ago
Amyloid-beta produced in peripheral organs, specifically the liver, may be implicated in the brain neurodegeneration observed in Alzheimer’s disease, according to a mouse study. The study, “Synthesis of human amyloid restricted...

Alzheimer’s Cure: Unproven Treatments Harm Senior Health – DailyCaring

4 weeks ago
3 reasons why unproven Alzheimer’s medications could be harmful Source: Alzheimer’s Cure: Unproven Treatments Harm Senior Health – DailyCaring

Hallucinations May Be Charles Bonnet Syndrome, Not Early Dementia – Neurology Advisor

4 weeks ago
Visual illusions can be an early symptom of dementia, but in some cases they may be a sign of a purely ophthalmic condition, Charles Bonnet syndrome (CBS). This rare disease...

Omega-3 Supplements May Help Slow Memory Decline in Alzheimer’s

1 month ago
Six months of daily supplements of omega-3 increased the levels of two biomarkers of inflammation and nerve damage in the cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) of people with Alzheimer’s disease, according to...

Brain refreshing: Why the dreaming phase matters — ScienceDaily

2 months ago
Scientists have long wondered why almost all animals sleep, despite the disadvantages to survival of being unconscious. Now, researchers led by a team from the University of Tsukuba have found...

Blood Test Discerns Alzheimer’s From Other Dementia With High Accuracy | MedPage Today

2 months ago
Two blood markers, phosphorylated tau 217 (p-tau217) and phosphorylated tau 181 (p-tau181), showed strong diagnostic performances for Alzheimer’s disease and discriminated Alzheimer’s from frontotemporal lobar denervation (FTLD) syndromes and normal...

Reduplicative Paramnesia: Is This a Symptom of Alzheimer’s?

2 months ago
A 70-year-old woman believed that 2 identical houses were located at the same address. She maintained that both homes have the same furniture. Once a doctor examined her, a tumor...

When is it Time to go to the Doctor? Early Symptoms of Alzheimer’s

2 months ago
Source: What is it Time to go to the Doctor? Early Symptoms of Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s treatments: What’s on the horizon? – Mayo Clinic

4 months ago
googleon: snippet Alzheimer’s treatments: What’s on the horizon?   Despite many promising leads, new treatments for Alzheimer’s are slow to emerge. By Mayo Clinic Staff Current Alzheimer’s treatments temporarily improve...

Making healthy choices may reduce Alzheimer’s risk

4 months ago
by Scott Gilbert, Pennsylvania State University No effective treatment for Alzheimer’s disease exists, even though more than 5 million Americans have it. But what if there was a way to...

(73) “Alzheimer’s: What You Can Do” – YouTube

4 months ago
Alzheimer’s: What You Can Do delves into the research that shows how our social interactions, diet, sleep exercise, stress levels and daily health habits hav… Source: (73) “Alzheimer’s: What You...

Gum disease–causing bacteria could spur Alzheimer’s | Science | AAAS

  Poor oral health is a risk factor for Alzheimer’s disease. What’s not clear is whether gum disease causes the disorder or is merely a result—many patients with dementia can’t...

600 trillion synapses and Alzheimers disease

600 trillion synapses and Alzheimers disease Late-onset Alzheimer’s disease is extremely difficult to model in the laboratory, one reason why no successful therapy for it exists. But scientists are using...