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Alzheimer's Research Takes a New Turn

Alzheimer's Strikes Women Harder Than Men: Report

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Another Experimental Alzheimer's Drug Disappoints

Antidepressant Celexa May Help Ease Alzheimer's-Linked Agitation

Apathy Might Signal Brain Shrinkage in Old Age: Study

Blood Test May Have Power to Predict Alzheimer's

Brain Protein Is a Key to 'Senior Moments,' Study Finds

Brain-Imaging Drug Approved for Alzheimer's Detection

Cancer Patients Less Likely to Get Alzheimer's, Study Finds

Cancer, Chemo May Lower Alzheimer's Risk, Study Suggests

Chemicals in 'Western' Diet Show Alzheimer's-Like Effects in Mice

Common Blood Pressure Drugs May Help Slow Dementia

Common Blood Pressure Drugs Tied to Lower Risk of Alzheimer's: Study

Concussion Damage Looks Much Like Early Alzheimer's: Study

Concussions Linked to Alzheimer's Risk in Study

Controlling Blood Pressure, Cholesterol May Not Boost Brain Health for Diabetics

Copper in Environment May Be Tied to Alzheimer's

Could a Good Night's Sleep Guard Against Alzheimer's?

Could Infections Harm Memory in Older Adults?

DDT Exposure May Raise Alzheimer's Risk: Study

Deciphering the DNA of Alzheimer's Patients

Diabetes Doesn't Seem to Affect Alzheimer's Disease Progression

Diabetes Drug May Protect the Brain

Diabetes in Middle Age May Cause Memory Problems Later

Early Diabetes Signs Often Missed in Alzheimer's Patients

Experimental Drug Seems to Aid Memory in Mice With Alzheimer's

Fluorescent Scans May Have Potential to Track Alzheimer's Progression

For Alzheimer's Caregivers, a Much-Needed Break

For Seniors With Dementia, the Choice to Live Alone Can Be a Risky One

For Some With Alzheimer's, Occupational Therapy Can Bring Welcome Relief

Gene Mutation May Double Rate of Brain Tissue Lost to Alzheimer's

Gene Studies Could Point to New Alzheimer's Treatments

Gene Variant May Double Alzheimer's Risk for Women: Study

General Anesthesia Not Linked to Raised Risk for Dementia

Having 2 Parents With Alzheimer's May Raise Risk of Early Brain Changes

Health Tip: At Risk for Alzheimer's?

Health Tip: When Alzheimer's Affects Sleep

High Blood Sugar Levels Tied to Small Increases in Dementia Risk

High Blood Sugar May Add to Alzheimer's Risk: Study

High Estrogen Levels Plus Diabetes May Boost Dementia Risk

Jury Still Out on Routine Dementia Screening for Seniors

Keeping Holidays Happy When a Loved One Has Alzheimer's

Lifelong Reading, Hobbies Might Help Stave Off Dementia

Link Seen Between Hardening of Arteries, Alzheimer's Plaques

Living Long May Protect Against Early Alzheimer's, Study Finds

Long Periods of Delirium in ICU May Raise Risk of Mental Impairment

Many Seniors Suffer Mental Decline in Silence: CDC

Mediterranean Diet May Be Good for the Brain

Mediterranean Diet Might Help Stave Off Dementia

Memory Worries May Be Early Sign of Alzheimer's

Mental Decline Seen Earlier When Epilepsy Present, Study Suggests

My Father's Keeper: Caring for a Parent With Dementia

New Batch of Alzheimer's Genes Discovered

NIH, NFL Team Up to Take On Concussion Research

No Benefit to Community-Wide Dementia Screening: Review

No Connection Seen Between Dementia, Common Eye Disease

Online Self-Tests for Alzheimer's Don't Work: Experts

Polishing the Gems Who Are Alzheimer's Patients

Potentially Helpful Omega-3 Fatty Acids Can Cross to Brain: Study

Putting Off Retirement May Help Stave Off Alzheimer's

Research Hints at How Alzheimer's Affects the Brain

Saturated Fat May Make the Brain Vulnerable to Alzheimer's

Scientists Can't Replicate Surprising Finding on Alzheimer's Treatment

Scientists Detail Alzheimer's Progression, Step by Step

Scientists Find New Clues to Early Onset Alzheimer's

Scientists Gain Genetic Insight Into Alzheimer's Disease

Scientists Spot New Brain 'Pathways' Possibly Tied to Alzheimer's

'Senior Moments' Don't Seem to Lead to Dementia for Most

Simple Steps Could Keep People With Dementia at Home Longer: Study

Simple Test May Spot Dementia Risk in Seniors With Diabetes

Sleep Apnea in Seniors Tied to Alzheimer's in Study

Sleep May Be Brain's 'Cleaning' Time, Mouse Study Suggests

Some Types of Skin Cancer Linked to Lower Chances of Alzheimer's

Speaking Two Languages May Delay Dementia Symptoms

Statins May Not Harm Memory, Thinking After All

Stressful Middle Age Tied to Higher Alzheimer's Risk in Women

Study: Low Blood Pressure May Weaken Brains of Some Heart Patients

Twins Study May Give Some Insight Into Alzheimer's

Unhealthy Cholesterol Levels Might Raise Alzheimer's Risk

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