Predicting change in the Alzheimer's brain
Benzodiazepines ineffective in treating anxiety disorders may increase dementia risk
New use of existing drug could help retrieve memory
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Alzheimer's amyloid protein development halted in mice Medical News Today
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Amyloid plaques in Alzheimer's, diabetes: Novel leads for inhibitors
Increased activity in older brains may point to new avenues for treating memory loss
Increased chances for early detection of Alzheimer's disease
Existing arthritis drug bodes well for Alzheimer's
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a new study from the University Medical Center in Amsterdam found superb results in patients with mild Alzheimer’s using a combination of supplement ingredients: fish oil high in DHA; PhosChol; and Uridine-300, a supplement that reduces abnormal nerve firing patterns in seizure, ADHD and ADD, autism and toxic CNS neuropathy, as well as organic brain syndrome. These primary ingredients were combined with small amounts of selenium, B vitamins, and alpha-tocopherol.
Natural treatments and preventions for Alzheimer's Disease - Alliance for Natural Health
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More Than Just Memory Loss/ early warning signs of alzheimer's
Old drug offers new hope to treat Alzheimer's disease
New study finds brain disease in 95% of deceased NFL players
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Pressure on doctors to up the ante in the care of sports concussion patients - MEDICAL NEWS TODAY #Health, #SportsConcussion
Results from a small study reportedly reveal additional evidence reinforcing potential long-term neurological risk to football players who sustain concussion, and the need for improved player protections.
A toddler with type 2 diabetes -- ScienceDaily. Wow talk about a cautionary tale!!!