Expert reviewed Alzheimer’s and Dementia News

Month: February 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…
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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…
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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…
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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…
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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…
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The Fisher Center for Alzheimer’s Research Foundation receives the exceptional 4-star rating from Charity Navigator for the fourth year in a row!
Charity Navigator works independently to help guide donors toward more intelligent giving. In its quest to help donors, its team…
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