Brain Cell Loss May Be Very Limited in Alzheimer's Disease
New research challenges current scientific consensus on Alzheimer's disease pathology
Diabetes Research Leads to Possible Alzheimer's Treatment
A drug developed for diabetes could be used to treat Alzheimer's after scientists found it "significantly reversed memory loss" in mice through a triple method of action.
Neuroscientist Optimistic about Future Alzheimer's Treatments
Neuroscientist Joseph Jebelli predicts stem cell research will lead to better therapies in coming decade.
Brain Inflammation Attracts Alzheimer's Plaque Forming Protein
Results in mice study suggest a possible approach for stopping amyloid-beta accumulation.
Movement of Amyloid-beta Could Suggest New Ways to Treat Alzheimer's
Alzheimer’s protein can travel from blood to build up in the brain.
Alzheimer's brain damage halved with gene-targeting compound
New research shows a molecule used against the APOE gene in mice could reduce Alzheimer's related brain damage by half.
Hormone therapy and Alzheimer's disease
Introducing hormone treatment for women in early stages of menopause might help decrease their risk of dementia or Alzheimer’s disease.
New Poll Shows the Impact of Caregiving
Two out of three caregivers say their duties interfere with their own life and work.
Very Early Research Shows Promise for an Alzheimer's Vaccine.
Researchers in the United Kingdom derived a promising vaccine from a virus found in cucumbers.
Time It Takes to Process Written Words May Predict Alzheimer's Onset
Recent research published in the journal NeuroImage Clinical suggests that the time it takes for someone to process written words may be a reliable predictor of their risk of developing Alzheimer's disease.