Blood Could Hold Key to Diagnosing Early-Stage AD
Recent research suggests a new lab test can help to diagnose Alzheimer’s Disease quickly and easily.
Making Smart Lifestyle Changes Now Could Alter AD's Risk Later
Developing dementia is not inevitable: how you live your life in your 20s and 30s could impact your cognitive health in those golden years.
Gene For Alzheimer’s Disease May Be Dying Off
Research suggests that natural selection may eventually weed out the genetic mutations related to Alzheimer's disease and other genetic conditions.
4 Myths And Facts About Living With Dementia
Four myths and facts about dementia that will help you understand the issues people with the neurological disorder and their families and caregivers face on a daily basis.
The Physical Exercise That Can Reverse Signs Of Aging In The Brain
Dance class can help reverse some signs of aging in the brain by enlarging the hippocampus and improving balance.
We're Getting Closer To An Alzheimer’s Blood Test
New research suggests that we are getting closer to creating a blood test for Alzheimer's disease.
Your Dreams May Stave Off Dementia
The amount of REM sleep you get may predict your risk of developing dementia.
Tap Water Could Be A Major Tool Against Alzheimer's
New research suggests that high amounts of lithium in drinking water may reduce risk of developing dementia.
We Can Now Reverse Memory Loss In Mice With Alzheimer's
Researchers at MIT have reversed memory loss in mice with Alzheimer's disease, and hope to do the same in humans.
Fluctuating Blood Pressure May Increase Dementia Risk
Changes in systolic blood pressure measured at home may indicate a greater dementia risk, according to new research.
Moderate-Heavy Drinking May Protect Some From Alzheimer’s
New research suggests that for some individuals, moderate to heavy alcohol consumption may protect brain health in advanced age.
Blood Test For Alzheimer’s May Be On Its Way
New research has identified biomarkers that may indicate the presence of Alzheimer's disease.