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Alzforum Oct 9
Scientists discover a glutamate receptor complex away from synapses. It explains excitotoxicity, a phenomenon that kills neurons in ’s and other disorders. Could small molecules that bust the complex prevent neurodegeneration?
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Neil Oxtoby Oct 13
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Hifsa Ashraf Oct 11
I'm honoured to be amongst some great writers whose work has been published in the ballot ed of 'DEMENTIA HAIKU' as their charitable contributions to finding a cure for 's n other forms of . Please get ur copy n vote. via
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Bobby Shriver Oct 16
Proud of my sister’s determined work on this daunting disease. Take a look at her ’s advocacy story. In particular, note the fact that women are more vulnerable than men. Needs more research & caregiving! ⁩ ⁦
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Jeanine Dijkhuis Oct 9
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"He's still here." 😢 "He's lost between the here and now" Fish: 'Garden of remembrance'
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Jordi A Matias-Guiu Oct 13
Death Rate Due to COVID-19 in Alzheimer’s Disease and Frontotemporal Dementia - IOS Press ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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𝙴𝚕𝚒𝚣𝚊𝚋𝚎𝚝𝚑 𝙼𝚒𝚕𝚕𝚎𝚛 Oct 15
"When it comes to for an aging parent or loved one with mid or late stage or ’s, the advice I hear most from my friends and clients is to simply agree." Read the full blog post:
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Medical Xpress Oct 13
may cause 'sdisease—and it might strike younger and in a severe form
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Biólogo ilustrador Oct 13
🦕New illustrations for review article entitled: CDK5 Targeting as a for Recovering Unit Integrity in ’s by Posada-Duque R & Cardona-Gomez P in J. Alzheimer Disease! ✨ Cell Signaling everywhere !🧠 Enjoy 👇🏾
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Brain Stimulation Oct 8
Can enhance training effects in ’s disease? Work from Bagattini et al showed that adding rTMS to cognitive training improved trained associative and visuospatial more than cognitive training alone.
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Booming Encore Oct 16
What are your sleep habits like? It's really important to get both quality and quantity; The Relationship Between Sleep and Alzheimer's Disease
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Jennifer Palma Oct 8
Deb is the kindest and most supportive person. When I started she took me under her wing and mentored me. Thanks Deb, it meant a lot. A tribute to B.C. news anchor Deb Hope .
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Dena Dubal Oct 10
Sex-specific vulnerabilities in 's disease. Did you know that, like sex-biased mortality in , men with die faster than women? Check out my latest (possibly provocative) rvw on epidemiology, biomarkers, mortality, & more.
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Barry Shrier Oct 12
's risk gene disrupts endocytosis, but another disease-linked could help
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Kavli Neuroscience Oct 9
Who could have known back in 1996 that investigations of an uncharted territory of the called entorhinal cortex, decades later would give the world a new lead on ’s disease? 🧠🚀🌝 When questioning the value & impact of basic neuroscience to society, ask history.
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Memory Health Oct 14
Preventing 's Disease: What Do We Know? What can you do to lower ? Read the latest for promising strategies, including physical activity, blood pressure control, and .
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Lou Ward Oct 15
Hey I'm looking for that has experience with photon and for our 's piece. Our current developer father gotten sick and we need help for a important demo on the 21st 🙌🏻
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Renaud La Joie Oct 15
Next Thursday, for our last 2020 educational webinar, we’ll have the honor to listen to 2 star neuropathologists (Drs Thal & Murray, aka ) teaching us about of ’s. It’s free! Register:
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Vicki Tapia Oct 13
Clueless, our family did not recognize the truth. Mom was in the early stages of ’s disease.
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Ted Allison 1m
Our review w/ is out today- we review & speculate on -like mechanisms of spreading thru the brain following , influencing &
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