Alzheimer's & Dementia
Alzheimer's & Dementia
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Lou PorteroAlzheimer's & Dementia | June 17, 2024
clinical trials showing the drug's effectiveness in slowing cognitive decline among early-stage Alzheimer’s patients.
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Tamara ThomasAlzheimer's & Dementia | June 12, 2024
those with Down syndrome and early-onset Alzheimer’s disease experience brain changes linked to Alzheimer’s disease
Lou PorteroAlzheimer's & Dementia | June 6, 2024
Older Black adults with mild cognitive decline are more likely to live in areas with higher air pollution
Cailin ConnerHeart Health | June 5, 2024
Women experiencing earlier menopause and higher vascular risk had lower cognitive scores.
Lou PorteroAlzheimer's & Dementia | March 6, 2024
“When diagnosed, non-Hispanic Blacks and Hispanics may have more advanced dementia."
Tamara ThomasAlzheimer's & Dementia | January 11, 2024
"Hispanic families tend to reduce dementia as a normal part of aging."
Tamara ThomasAlzheimer's & Dementia | August 4, 2023
Research has shown that women have a greater lifetime risk of developing dementia due to longer lifespan.
Lou PorteroAlzheimer's & Dementia | July 8, 2023
Leqembi, recently approved by the FDA, may slow decline from Alzheimer's Disease
Tamara ThomasMental Health | June 20, 2023
Researchers found that physical activity can moderate the relationship between spicy food consumption and memory cognition.
Tamara ThomasAlzheimer's & Dementia | June 9, 2023
Fifty-five percent of African Americans believe cognitive decline or memory loss is simply a consequence of aging.
Lou PorteroAlzheimer's & Dementia | June 9, 2023
An immune protein known as complement C3 was present at much higher levels in the brains of women who died from Alzheimer's.
Urban Health Today EditorsAlzheimer's & Dementia | June 9, 2023
Alzheimer's disease and related dementia (ADRD) treatment expenditures may triple to $45 billion by 2040.
Rob DillardDisparities in Nursing | June 9, 2023
The findings, published in JAMA Neurology, showed that in Black adults, brain aging is more accelerated starting in midlife.
Lou PorteroAlzheimer's & Dementia | June 9, 2023
Major studies attempted to define the types, intensities, and durations of physical activity most likely to combat dementia.
Rob DillardDisparities in Nursing | June 9, 2023
The nationally representative Health and Retirement Study is an essential source of data on dementia and MCI.
Lou PorteroAlzheimer's & Dementia | June 9, 2023
The findings are a positive surprise, following years of setbacks and failures for similar Alzheimer’s drugs.
Lou PorteroAlzheimer's & Dementia | June 9, 2023
Experiences of structural and institutional racism are associated with lower memory scores and worse cognition in ...
Lou PorteroAlzheimer's & Dementia | June 9, 2023
Vaccination against those diseases may reduce the risk of Alzheimer's disease.
Lou PorteroAlzheimer's & Dementia | June 9, 2023
Alzheimer’s disease is predicted to reach 100 million cases by 2050. Age, genetics, family history, and other ...
Lou PorteroAlzheimer's & Dementia | June 9, 2023
Cognitive function in middle age is a strong predictor of whether a person may develop dementia later in life. According ...
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