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Eric Topol Jan 19
The intriguing link between exercise and prevention of remains unexplained. But this muscle-to-brain mechanism/new finding is certainly interesting and plausible. by 's Xu Chen and 's Li Gan
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Washington U. Med Jan 22
A simple blood test reliably detects signs of brain damage in people on the path to developing disease — even before they show signs of confusion and memory loss.
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AlzAuthors 18h
Meet this week's , Gincy Heins : Editor of the anthology, "Before the Diagnosis"
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ScienceofParkinsons 30m
Whoa! & collaborators report porphyromonas gingivalis - a bacteria in chronic periodontitis - is present in the brain; mice infected with P. gingivalis exhibit AD features; bacterial protease inhibitor (COR388) rescues mouse model
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Ian Kremer 18m
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Medscape 8h
A new blood test may detect more than a decade before symptoms.
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Journal of Experimental Neuroscience (SAGE) Jan 14
Leaky brain capillaries and cognitive dysfunction linked, regardless of amyloid plaque. study finds.
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Georgia Memory Net 5h
Join us this Saturday as we recognize those who work tirelessly for our work in Alzheimer's and dementia research and care.
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Home Instead Red Oak 6h
impacts whole families. Coping requires boundless quantities of patience, empathy and love. Professional caregiving provides individualized care for your loved one and gives you back some time to recharge. Learn More at
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James Woods Jan 17
If this works, it will be one of the most significant of all human achievements. The suffering it may prevent is incalculable.
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Dr Anu Mehta 12m
Short HELP Talk: #metahealth#metavisionhttps://youtu.be/0Esed7MjmKg
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Mark Dobson Jan 22
I tell you what burns, having a Parent with Alzheimer’s and being Power of Attorney, it’s horrific believe me
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Sage Park Senior Living 5h
There is no "miracle" cure for just yet. Most often, the best thing you can do for your loved one is enroll them in a program where they can get treatment. Read 's explanation of the dangers of unproven "cures":
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the DAWN Method Jan 16
Whenever I am with someone experiencing , I assume the role of mood creator. I make sure that I am not radiating sadness, concern, or amazement at their impairments. For both of us, I am looking for something beautiful, funny, or heartwarming to enjoy.
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JCellBiol Jan 22
Aβ peptides that cause disease are generated by a BACE1–γ-secretase complex that provides sequential, efficient cleavage of full-length amyloid precursor protein
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Eric Topol 4h
Besides the dangling Herpes virus story in , now a bacteria involved with gum disease is implicated, and small molecules are being developed vs the target proteases
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Mac_AgingNews 2h
Help fight the stigma around by sharing accurate information. Read and share our evidence-based blogs
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Oak Consult Health 12h
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Ian Kremer 2h
10 tips for communicating effectively with loved ones who have disease and other forms of .
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mban 2h
Optimistic for prevention, treatment and cure for
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