Expert reviewed Alzheimer’s and Dementia News

Month: September 2021

A Report on COVID-19 Research Conducted by Jean-Laurent Casanova
At the onset of the pandemic, Jean-Laurent Casanova set out to answer the question “why is there so much variation…
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Train and Traffic Noise May Raise Alzheimer’s Risk
Living near a noisy road or train route may increase the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of…
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Too Little, or Too Much, Sleep Tied to Higher Alzheimer’s Risk
Sleeping fewer than six hours a night, or more than nine hours a night, is tied to an increased risk…
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Erratic Driving as an Early Indicator of Alzheimer’s Disease
Can erratic driving be an early sign of Alzheimer’s disease? A new study suggests it might be. The study found…
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Having a Listener You Can Depend On Is Good for Your Brain
Numerous studies suggest that having a strong social network may be beneficial to protect the brain against the ravages of…
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Widespread Pain Tied to Higher Alzheimer’s Risk
Widespread pain, a common type of chronic pain that can affect many areas of the body, is tied to an…
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Why a Mentally Challenging Job May Be Good for the Brain
Numerous studies have found that a mentally challenging job may help to lower the risk of Alzheimer’s disease and other…
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