Strange Link Between Your Gut And Alzheimer’s Disease
New research has found that gut bacteria is linked to plaque buildup in the brain that causes Alzheimer's disease.
How ALS Disease Progression Could Be Delayed
ALS is a disease that robs people of their muscle control and kills many within just a few years — but a new molecule might help them survive longer.
This Molecule Could Potentially Reverse The Effects Of Alzheimer’s Disease
This genetically engineered molecule can prevent tau buildup in the brains of young mice, and reverse the effects of tau buildup in older mice.
Blood Test Can Tell How Fast Multiple Sclerosis Will Develop
Scientists have found a way to test your blood for multiple sclerosis.
Two Cups Of Grapes A Day May Keep Alzheimer's At Bay
Eating grapes twice a day may reduce effects of early memory decline, and help prevent Alzheimer's.
4 Ways To Age-Proof Your Brain
Science finds speaking a second language or more may protect the aging brain from Alzheimer's disease.
Way Before Memory Loss, This Is The Earliest Sign Of Alzheimer’s
New research has identified what may be the earliest sign of Alzheimer's disease, and has suggested a potential drug candidate for treating the condition.
The Ethics of Deep Brain Stimulation
Sending electrical signals through the brain could treat Alzheimer’s, but will patients with dementia be able to consent to a clinical trial?
Why Alzheimer's Patients Wander Around Lost
Researchers think they finally discovered the key to why many Alzheimer's patients wander.
Mushrooms May Protect Against Alzheimer's, Dementia
Mushrooms may actually protect the brain against neurodegenerative diseases.
Cognitive Decline In Women Begins Earlier Than We Thought
Women’s brains start to show signs of decline well before they become senior citizens.
Concussions Could Speed Up Alzheimer’s Disease
A concussion could be big trouble for people who are at a risk for Alzheimer’s disease.