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Alzheimer’s & Dementia News Roundup (October 2022)

A monthly recap of the latest news about Alzheimer’s and dementia   Exposure to environmental toxins may be root of rise in neurological disorders Doctors warn exposure to omnipresent yet poorly understood chemicals such as microplastics could play a role in dementia. Read more here.   After promising data, experts say many questions remain over

October 27th, 2022|Weekly Roundup|

Alzheimer’s & Dementia News Roundup (August 2022)

A monthly recap of the latest news about Alzheimer’s and dementia   What Types of Exercise Reduce Dementia Risk? Several large studies have confirmed that vigorous exercise, walking and even doing household chores can greatly benefit the brain. Read more here.   New web portal gives scientists access to dozens of neurodegenerative disease stem cells

August 26th, 2022|Weekly Roundup|

Alzheimer’s & Dementia News Roundup (March 2022)

April 1, 2022 A monthly recap of the latest news about Alzheimer’s and dementia     Damage early in Alzheimer’s disease ID’d via novel MRI approach A new method has the potential for helping diagnose Alzheimer’s before symptoms develop. Read more here.   APOE ε4 is not associated with increased risk for Alzheimer’s disease and

April 1st, 2022|Weekly Roundup|

Alzheimer’s & Dementia News Roundup (February 2022)

March 2, 2022 A monthly recap of the latest news about Alzheimer’s and dementia   UCI biologists discover how a protective mutation may reduce Alzheimer's risk While the word "mutation" may conjure up alarming notions, a mutation in brain immune cells serves a positive role in protecting people against Alzheimer's disease. Now University of California,

March 2nd, 2022|Weekly Roundup|

Alzheimer’s & Dementia News Roundup (January 2022)

February 3, 2022 A monthly recap of the latest news about Alzheimer’s and dementia   At least 9 Alzheimer’s vaccines in trials right now Stanford immunologist Mark Davis, PhD, once called vaccines “the single most life-saving medical innovation ever in the history of medicine.” Vaccines are not only key for protecting against infectious diseases —

February 3rd, 2022|Weekly Roundup|

Alzheimer’s & Dementia News Roundup (December 2021)

January 5, 2022 A monthly recap of the latest news about Alzheimer’s and dementia Viagra associated with reduced risk of Alzheimer’s disease People who took the drug sildenafil were less likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease. In cultured human neurons, sildenafil enhanced growth and reduced Alzheimer’s biomarkers. The findings support further investigation of sildenafil as a

January 5th, 2022|Weekly Roundup|

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