Experimental Alzheimer’s Drug, Intepirdine, Disappoints in Study

December 12, 2017

Late-stage trials of an experimental drug called intepirdine showed disappointing results in improving memory and thinking skills in people with… Read More

An Eye Scan for Alzheimer’s?

December 12, 2017

Researchers are getting closer to developing an eye scan to detect Alzheimer’s disease at its earliest stages, before symptoms become… Read More

7 Steps for Optimal Brain Health

November 20, 2017

The American Heart Association and American Stroke Association have issued an advisory on maintaining optimal brain health throughout life. After… Read More

Men, Women and Alzheimer’s Risk

November 20, 2017

Are men and women who carry a common gene that increases their risk of developing Alzheimer’s equally likely to get… Read More

Bathing Alzheimer’s Patients – TIPS AND TECHNIQUES

November 13, 2017

Carole Larkin, a geriatric care manager for ThirdAge Services, knows that many caregivers want to “pull their hair out” when… Read More

Aricept Ranks Highest Among Drugs to Treat Alzheimer’s

November 1, 2017

A new analysis that looked at four drugs currently approved to treat the mental decline of Alzheimer’s disease found that… Read More

Predicting Who Will Get Alzheimer’s

November 1, 2017

It’s practically impossible today to predict if older adults with memory problems will go on to develop full-blown Alzheimer’s disease.… Read More

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