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ALZHEIMER ’S disease is a type of dementia, and common symptoms include weight loss, memory loss, and sudden mood changes. But you could also be at risk of Alzheimer’s disease if you have this sign in your eyes. Should you speak to a doctor?
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Previous studies have described smoking as a modifiable risk factor for the incurable disease. But a new study by the University of Kentucky found smoking does not increase risk of dementia.
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TUESDAY, March 26, 2019 -- After adjusting for the competing risk of death without dementia, smoking is not associated with an increased risk for dementia, according to a study published online March 26 in the Journal of Alzheimer's Disease. Erin L....
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Erratum to "Altered bile acid profile associates with cognitive impairment in Alzheimer's disease-An emerging role for gut microbiome" [Alzheimer's &Dementia 2019;15:76-92.]. Alzheimers Dement. 2019 Mar 21;: Authors: PMID: 30905591 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
Source: The Journal of Alzheimers Association - Category: Psychiatry Tags: Alzheimers Dement Source Type: research
In hindsight, the Alzheimer's research and development community of the past fifteen years or so has been a strange place. The vast, overwhelming majority of investment has gone towards attempts to clear amyloid-β in later stage Alzheimer's disease, largely via immunotherapies. This strategy has failed, over and again, long past the point at which it was defensible to blame that failure on the challenging nature of the underlying projects to first make immunotherapies work at all, and then to make them work in the brain. Enormous sums were spent on repeated attempts to clear amyloid-β even as the research communi...
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Recent, immature neurons (in red) and older, mature neurons (in blue) in the hippocampus of a 68-year-old’s brain. Credit: CSIC ___ Old brains still make neurons, study finds, offering a possible way to protect against Alzheimer’s (STAT): “Reports of old brains’ decrepitude have been greatly exaggerated, scientists reported on Monday, unveiling results that contradict a much-discussed 2018 study and instead support the idea that human gray matter is capable of generating new neurons up to the ninth decade of life. The research, published in Nature Medicine, also found that old brains from people wit...
Source: SharpBrains - Category: Neuroscience Authors: Tags: Cognitive Neuroscience Education & Lifelong Learning Health & Wellness adult hippocampal neurogenesis age Alzheimer’s Alzheimer’s Disease dementia hippocampus Neurons Source Type: blogs
After he was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease in 2016, Peter Wooding says he and his wife JoAnn decided they wanted to be “part of the solution” in finding the first effective treatment for the neurodegenerative disease. He volunteered to be part of a trial for a promising new drug called aducanumab. While there is still no effective treatment for Alzheimer’s, in early studies aducanumab melted away the amyloid protein plaques that are the hallmark of the brain disorder. And people taking the drug showed improvements in some of their thinking skills. But last week, the drug’s developers, Bio...
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Condition:   Dementia With Lewy Bodies Interventions:   Drug: Placebo Oral Tablet;   Drug: Bosutinib Oral Tablet Sponsors:   Georgetown University;   Alzheimer's Association Recruiting
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MRI scans have identified an area of the brain associated with a rare form...Read more on AuntMinnie.comRelated Reading: Alzheimer's biomarkers could affect races differently MRI offers possible link between microbleeds, Alzheimer's New Alzheimer's definition relies on imaging biomarkers MRI measures brain atrophy in Alzheimer's Functional MRI shows how certain brain regions deteriorate with age
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(University of Southern California) A USC Dornsife study comparing people with diabetes, prediabetes and normal blood sugar finds that diabetes, left untreated, could mean a higher likelihood of developing dementia, including Alzheimer's disease.
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