Copper May Play a Role in Alzheimer’s Disease

December 31, 2013

Do metals in our environment play a role in Alzheimer’s disease? A new study found that copper, found in drinking… Read More

Low Blood Sugar May Trigger Dementia in Those With Diabetes

December 31, 2013

Older adults with diabetes who experience severe episodes of low blood sugar, or hypoglycemia, are at increased risk of developing… Read More

Rhode Island Extends Paid Work Benefits to Caregivers

December 31, 2013

An innovative new law in Rhode Island, the Temporary Caregiver’s Insurance law, provides for paid time off for workers who… Read More

New Research from a Colleague of Our Medical Director

December 11, 2013

Dr. Sidney Strickland is a recognized leader in the study of vascular factors and their effects on Alzheimer’s disease. A… Read More

B Vitamins May Keep the Brain Robust

December 11, 2013

Numerous studies suggest that B vitamins may be good for the brain and help to preserve memory in old age.… Read More

Diet May Prime the Brain for Alzheimer’s

December 11, 2013

Nutrition experts have long advised against eating a sugar-rich diet high in saturated fats because it can lead to obesity,… Read More

Alzheimer’s Drugs May Have Heart Benefits

November 27, 2013

Medications commonly used to treat Alzheimer’s disease may have another benefit: they may reduce the risk of having a heart… Read More

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