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Some antibiotics’ effect on bacteria in the gut may predispose some to this disease, scientists say.
Women will account for nearly two thirds of people with Alzheimer’s and related dementias and bear most of the costs.
Frequent assessments of folks 65 and older may help doctors better identify mild cognitive issues and enable earlier treatment.
As the U.S. population ages, senior motorists become a growing concern.
Findings show that folks in their 20s and 30s with above-normal blood pressure may develop dementia or suffer a stroke later in life.
To find an effective cure for Alzheimer’s, research must more accurately reflect the diversity of the U.S. population.
Can loads more research dollars stop Alzheimer’s disease by 2025?
Herpes simplex virus 1 (HSV1) may account for half of Alzheimer’s cases, according to a review of three recent studies.
As the U.S. population grows, minority groups will see the highest rise in dementias.
Improvements in aftercare may be key to preventing a decline in mental ability.
Pregnancy, estrogen and age at first menstruation are some factors that factor into woman’s risk for developing this progressive disease.
A study finds a link between high blood pressure and dementia risk.
For some adults ages 85 to 94, high cholesterol might mean better brain health.
Scientists found that drinking about 2.5 alcoholic drinks each day cleansed mice brains of toxins and reduced inflammation.
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