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Can loads more research dollars stop Alzheimer’s disease by 2025?
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As the U.S. population grows, minority groups will see the highest rise in dementias.
Pregnancy, estrogen and age at first menstruation are some factors that factor into woman’s risk for developing this progressive disease.
For some adults ages 85 to 94, high cholesterol might mean better brain health.
What to consider before taking a genetic test at home
New studies shed light on why African Americans are twice as likely as whites to develop the most common form of dementia.
The American Heart Association reports that the nutty oil is not as healthy as you may think.
Maybe a medical commission to determine whether a POTUS is mentally competent isn’t so bad after all.
Many of us experience memory loss and wonder, “Could this be Alzheimer’s disease?”
A new study has discovered some promising side effects to drinking this popular beverage daily.
New research from Sweden suggests flora in the small intestine may accelerate the development of this common age-related illness.
The race continues to find a way to prevent the most common type of dementia that robs millions of the ability to care for themselves.
How do you know when a loved one has Alzheimer’s?
After restaurateur B. Smith was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, she and her husband, Dan Gasby, chose to play the hand fate dealt them.
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