Gum Disease Bacteria Suggested To CAUSE Alzheimer’s
the cause of Alzheimer’s disease.
11 Guides on Alzheimer's Disease: How to Protect Yourself
It's not even in the risk of death, a risk incurred by other diseases. No, it's the loss of who we are, our personality, our memories, that make Alzheimer's so horrible.
These Are 10 Tell-Tale Signs of Alzheimer's Disease
Alzheimer's is a debilitating neurodegenerative disease that affects some 44 million people around the world. In addition to its debilitating effects, Alzheimer's is also associated with a lot of stigma, so your family members or friends might be inclined to hide the truth from you.
Air Pollution May Increase the Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease
A recent study has now shown another major concern of air pollution, namely, the devastating effects it has on the brain, increasing the risk of dementia and possibly contributing to the development of Alzheimer’s Disease .
Here's How You Can Prevent Alzheimer's Disease
Many people feel that eventually being affected by Alzheimer's is practically unavoidable, but neuroscientist, Lisa Genova, explains that there are actually quite a few things that we can do to prevent contracting it.
Flu Shots and Alzheimer’s: Is There a Connection?
The connection between Alzheimer’s disease and flu shots has been a long a widely disputed one. In the 1990s, a doctor in the USA has been wrongfully spreading misinformation about vaccinations, claiming that they are capable of causing Alzheimer’s disease.
Worried About Alzheimer's? This Guide Is All That You Need
Alzheimer’s disease is a debilitating neurodegenerative disease that affects some 50 million people around the world.
Foods That Increase the Risk of Alzheimer’s and Dementia
Let’s examine the findings of the study and learn how to tweak your diet to enhance your chances of preventing the dangerous neurodegenerative disease.
Could This Drug For High Blood Pressure Treat Alzheimer's?
What is Alzheimer’s Disease An increasingly common form of dementia, Alzheimer’s Disease affects approximately 15 million people worldwide. It is caused by a progressive build-up of plaque in the brain, causing inflammation and a continuous decline in brain activity over a number of years.
Alzheimer's Hasn't Changed Who This Man Loves...
Melvyn has been suffering from Alzheimer's for three years, and usually needs help getting around, so for him to disappear for any length of time was reason to panic. However, she got a huge surprise when she saw him.
Music Helps Alzheimer's Patient Remember His Family
Ted McDermott has Alzheimer's disease and often struggles to remember who his family and friends are. Therefore, in an attempt to make his life better, his son Mac started looking for ways to improve his dad's memory.
New Study: This Virus May Be Causing Alzheimer's Disease
In a recent October 2018 study at Oxford University, evidence was found that the herpes virus was closely linked to Alzheimer's disease and that a drug that treated the virus could also help treat the devastating nerve disease.
Here's the Latest Alzheimer's Breakthrough: Zombie Cells
A type of cellular stress that is linked to both cancer and aging has now also been found to be connected to Alzheimer's disease.
An Alzheimer's Cure Might Just Be Around the Corner!
The researchers have described their discovery like finding the “Big Bang” of Alzheimer’s disease, and they hope that their work leads to new treatments and ways to detect the disease before major symptoms occur.
Do You Know What Alzheimer's Really Is?
Alzheimer's disease is the most common cause of dementia, and it affects over 40 million people worldwide, with many more unaccounted for because they simply don't know they've started on this path.
New Research Reveals a Link Between Bacteria & Alzheimer's
Alzheimer's disease is a chronic neurodegenerative disease that affects one in ten people over the age of 65. As of today, there's no known cure, and scientists still don't fully understand every aspect of this disease.
Ballerina with Alzheimer's Hears Music and Begins to Dance
González, had been living with Alzheimer's disease for a long time, but when she heard Tchaikovsky’s classic Swan Lake in this touching video, she immediately recognized it and started moving, dancing, recalling the routine she performed a long time ago. Beautiful!
The Vitamin Breakthrough in Fight Against Alzheimer's
Low vitamin E levels can predict your increased risk of degenerative neurological diseases such as Alzheimer’s, according to one important study from the 2013 Journal of Internal Medicine.
Clinical Trial May Be a New Hope For Alzheimer’s Patients
., a company based out of California, research is being conducted on a drug called NA-831, which is aimed at reducing mild cognitive deterioration, associated with Alzheimer's disease.
This Simple Test Can Assess Your Risk of Alzheimer's
Your risk of contracting Alzheimer’s disease may be found in tiny purple figures known as Greebles.
Her Mom With Alzheimer's Didn't Recognize Her, Until...
Anyone that has dealt with a loved one getting Alzheimer's knows how unbelievably difficult it can be to see someone you love stop recognizing you. It's a pain that stabs again and again.
How Much Do You Know about Alzheimer's? Learn the Signs
The alternative is easier, at first, but the repercussions of avoiding early detection of Alzheimer's disease mean a much more rapid slide into dementia, without drugs that can slow the disease down and enhance functioning.
This New Blood Test May Detect Alzheimer's 8 Years Earlier
Alzheimer’s disease is a mental disorder that commonly leads to dementia, ruining a patient's thought processes, clouding their memory, and altering their behavior.
Reduce the Risk of Alzheimer’s with These Lifestyle Tips
While the medical world has urgently been seeking to cure Alzheimer’s disease with pharmaceuticals, studies in this field have discovered that prevention is also worth exploring.