Tag Archive: National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys


February 26, 2015

Protein Tied to Long Life May Protect Against Alzheimer’s

Raising levels of a protein in mice that is linked to a longer life appears to help protect laboratory animals… Read More


February 26, 2015

Inflammation Holds Clues to Alzheimer’s Progression, and Possible Treatment

Researchers are discovering new ways in which inflammation and the immune system influence the progression of Alzheimer’s, offering new hope… Read More


February 13, 2015

Common Allergy and Sleep Drugs Tied to Higher Alzheimer’s Risk

Some drugs commonly used to treat hay fever, insomnia and depression have been linked to a higher risk of Alzheimer’s… Read More


February 13, 2015

Prostate Drug Slows Memory Decline in Women with Alzheimer’s

A medication commonly given to stop the spread of prostate cancer in men showed promise in slowing memory loss in… Read More


February 13, 2015

When Alzheimer’s Leads to Legal Wrangles

Memory loss is the best-known symptom of Alzheimer’s disease. But the illness can also lead to poor judgment and changes… Read More