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April 9, 2013 – Newsletter

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Latest Alzheimer's Disease News In Review
[1] Blood Pressure Drugs May Help Slow Alzheimer's

Doctors found that patients taking a certain class of drugs used to treat high blood pressure had less of the brain plaque characteristic of Alzheimer’s disease after they died...

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[2] Poor Sleep May Be Early Sign of Alzheimer's

People with Alzheimer’s often have troubled sleep patterns, waking up many times during the night or sleeping on and off throughout the day...

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[3] High Blood Sugar Levels Tied to Brain Shrinkage

Older men and women who have blood sugar levels at the high end of normal appear to have shrinkage of the brain in areas critical for memory...

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