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Alzheimer’s & Dementia News Roundup (September 2021)

October 4, 2021 A monthly recap of the latest news about Alzheimer’s & Dementia Drug that boosts brain’s cleansing system improved symptoms in Alzheimer’s mouse model An experimental drug that boosts the brain’s natural process of cleaning out damaged proteins improved some symptoms in mice bred to mimic Alzheimer’s disease. Read more. More than 41m

October 4th, 2021|Weekly Roundup|

Agitation and Aggression Associated with Alzheimer’s Dementia: Coping Strategies for Caregivers

Brough to you by the ASPECT™ clinical research study Alzheimer’s dementia is most commonly associated with memory loss, but this form of dementia causes other significant symptoms as well. One of the most prevalent of these symptoms is agitation. If you care for someone with agitation associated with Alzheimer’s dementia, you understand the challenges involved

September 23rd, 2021|Clinical Research|

Alzheimer’s & Dementia News Roundup (August 2021)

September 3, 2021 A monthly recap of the latest news about Alzheimer’s & Dementia Air Pollution and Dementia: Scientists Find Air Quality and Brain Health Go Hand in Hand Exposure to air pollution is widely known as a risk factor for health conditions such as lung cancer, heart disease and respiratory infections, but scientists have

September 3rd, 2021|Weekly Roundup|

Alzheimer’s & Dementia News Roundup (July 2021)

August 1, 2021 A monthly recap of the latest news about Alzheimer’s & Dementia Studying macaques could help find treatments for Alzheimer’s disease New research shows that using rhesus macaques could help scientists discover potential treatments for Alzheimer’s disease. Read more here. Tea and berries may slow onset of Alzheimer’s A study published in the

Alzheimer’s & Dementia News Roundup (June 2021)

July  2, 2021 A monthly recap of the latest news about Alzheimer’s & Dementia Exergaming and dementia: Can exercise video games slow cognitive decline? Can exergaming — combining exercise and cognitive training in a video game — reduce dementia symptoms in older adults? Read more. Mouse study suggests that repairing brain protein production could counteract

July 1st, 2021|Uncategorized|

FDA Approves New Alzheimer’s Drug

July 9, 2021 Message from the CEO Earlier this week, the FDA approved the first drug for Alzheimer’s Disease in nearly 20 years. The new drug, Aducanumab, or Aduhelm, is the first Alzheimer’s treatment to attack the disease process instead of just addressing dementia symptoms. The drug is designed to reduce beta amyloid, the protein

Alzheimer’s & Dementia News Roundup (May 2021)

May 31, 2021 A monthly recap of the latest news about Alzheimer's & Dementia Earlier diabetes onset could raise dementia risk A new study found that Type 2 diabetes is linked to an increased risk for Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia later in life, and the younger the age at which diabetes is

May 31st, 2021|Weekly Roundup|

Alzheimer’s & Dementia Weekly News Roundup (February 14, 2020)

A weekly recap of the latest news about Alzheimer’s and dementia Alzheimer's Orange County compiles a weekly roundup of the latest news stories and developments about Alzheimer's and dementia to keep you updated on what's happening locally and all around the world. Check out this week's headlines below:   Living with an optimistic partner may

February 13th, 2020|Weekly Roundup|

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