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Recent work in mice suggested that the immune system is involved in removing beta-amyloid, the main Alzheimer's-causing substance in the brain.
Depressive symptoms that occur in both midlife and late life are associated with an increased risk of developing vascular dementia, while symptoms that occur in late life only are more likely to be early signs of Alzheimer's disease.
The findings of a new study suggest that the protective effects of an active cognitive lifestyle arise through multiple biological pathways.
The number of Americans older than 65 years old will double to 80 million by 2030. So, the increase of Alzheimer’s could reach a record high.
Cognitive training including puzzles, handicrafts and life skills are known to reduce the risk, and help slow down the progress, of dementia amongst the elderly.
From stress to insomnia to anxiety, whatever the cause may be, new research shows that lack of sleep at night could affect memory later in life.
The amount and quality of sleep you get at night may affect your memory later in life, according to research that was released this week and will be presented at the American Academy of Neurology's 64th Annual Meeting in New Orleans April 21 to April 28, 2012.
ACSM research links exercise with lower risk of dementia-related death Indianapolis, IN (PRWEB) February 07, 2012 Research released this month by the
Protica has announced that their product, Profect® can benefit some patients suffering from dementia. Whitehall, PA (PRWEB) February 03, 2012 Protica
The brain’s capacity for memory, reasoning and cognitive function can start deteriorating as early as age 45, instead of age 60, as experts had previously thought, according to new research published in the British Medical Journal.
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