Tag Archives: Mayo Clinic

Weight Loss May Occur Years Before Alzheimer’s Onset in Women

Women who have dementia start losing weight at least 10 years before the disease is diagnosed, a new study shows. Continue reading

Blood Pressure Drugs May Slow Mental Decline of Alzheimer’s

Certain medicines for high blood pressure may slow the deterioration of Alzheimer’s disease. Continue reading

Living to 100, Clearheaded and Alert:

For many, living to a very old age doesn’t mean an inevitable loss of independence and mental decline. Continue reading

Fountain of Youth Supplement Shows No Initial Benefits for Alzheimer’s

The popular anti-aging hormone DHEA did not boost memory in people with Alzheimer’s disease, a small preliminary study showed. Continue reading