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Recent Alzheimers News
- Walking speed may detect Alzheimers risk
Walking speed may detect Alzheimers risk
- Symptoms of depression could cause Alzheimers later in life
A new U.S. study found depressive symptoms, including feeling lonely, could be linked to memory problems known as mild cognitive impairment.
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- 'Live, love, laugh in limbo-land'
"One day everyone will be a stranger."
- Alzheimers blood test could be available in two years - scientists
In a paper published in the journal Alzheimer's and Dementia, the researchers said they had identified 10 blood proteins which are present in 87 per cent of patients who go on to develop the ...
- Upcoming thrift sale hopes to raise thousands for Alzheimer's
Organizers are getting ready for the 8th annual Alzheimers Thrift Sale this weekend in Eau Claire.
- Alzheimers disease linked to brain hyperactivity
(MENAFN - Khaleej Times) The binding of amyloid-beta to pairs of app molecules triggers a signalling cascade which causes elevated neuronal activity the study said.elevated activit...
- Why Food Variety Matters Much More Than Blockbuster Nutrients
Turmeric is said to be the latest “ blockbuster nutrient “, helpful for “everything from heart disease to Alzheimers, asthma to arthritis.” But is there any scientific evidence behind this claim, or is it just another example of the tendency to get hyped-up about certain food components, which may be doing more harm than good? More »
- Scientists closer to blood test for Alzheimers
London (AFP) - A British study has identified blood proteins that appear in patients subsequently diagnosed with Alzheimer's, raising hopes of a test that could help the search for a cure.There ...
- Alzheimer's Disease: Early Detection and Local Workshops
A medical breakthrough may soon allow us to diagnose Alzheimer's disease before the symptoms start. This week, folks in our community are doing their part to spread awareness of the disease. The Alzheimer's Association's Southwest Missouri Chapter say there are over 23,000 people diagnosed with the disease here. They are putting on free workshops this week for anyone interested in learning more ...