Can Alzheimer’s Disease Be Prevented?

Alzheimer’s Disease is a dreaded chronic condition which affects a considerable number of seniors around the world. With this disease hanging over our head and threatening our most basic functioning, there is always a question Read More

Normal Aging Does Not Include Dementia

Many people falsely believe that dementia is a normal part of aging and if you live long enough, you will become demented. But the truth is that late-onset Alzheimer’s dementia isn’t normal aging. Dementia stems Read More

How Sleep impacts Brain Health

As important to your brain health as good nutrition and regular exercise, the consequences of missing sleep begin with diminished daytime function: mood, energy, concentration and reaction time. But, sleepless nights have implications well beyond Read More

New Insights into Alzheimer’s disease

A new study by Florida State University researchers may help answer some of the most difficult questions surrounding Alzheimer’s disease, an incurable and progressive illness affecting millions of families around the globe. Researchers showed that Read More

Do Alzheimer’s Patients Relate to Music?

Music and voice major Jessica Voutsinas 18 was singing the classic song “Over the Rainbow” to a resident at Longview an adult residential facility near the Ithaca College campus when the woman unexpectedly lit up Read More

Alzheimer’s disease related to Genetic factors

Researchers have identified several new genes responsible for Alzheimer’s disease (AD) including those leading to functional and structural changes in the brain and elevated levels of AD proteins in cerebrospinal fluid (CSF). Unlike traditional Alzheimer’s Read More

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