7 March 2006
Major biomarker candidates for Alzheimer's disease explored holds promise for improving the diagnosis and management of dementia
Alzheimer's disease--specific biomarkers clearly are needed for the differential diagnosis of cognitive impairment in the elderly.
23 February 2006
Engineers have found a way to pinpoint and identify the tiny iron oxide particles associated with Alzheimer's and other neurodegenerative diseases in the brain.
23 January 2006
New study finds consuming apple juice associated with brain health
12 January 2006
The human body contains many metals, from the iron in hemoglobin to the calcium in bones. Other metals, usually in trace amounts, participate in many metabolic and degenerative processes.
15 December 2005
In a world first, scientists have discovered how being overweight or obese creates a high risk for Alzheimer's.
1 December 2005
“The two pathologies share biological risk factors” based on research conducted by the Neurosciences Department of the University of Genoa investigating cases of degenerative pathologies. These studies were directed by Dr.
30 November 2005
Further evidence that Alzheimer's is a type of diabetes
6 October 2005
Alzheimer's disease, a complex neurological disorder, has as one of its hallmarks the presence of senile plaques in the brains of affected individuals. These senile plaques are rich in a toxic amyloid peptide termed Aß.
3 October 2005
As one of the services for patients with Alzheimer's disease, the Department of Psychiatry at the Saarland University Medical Center offers participation in a clinical phase II trial.
12 September 2005
New Study Finds Health Care Costs Associated with Vascular Dementia are Higher than Alzheimer's Disease
NEW YORK CITY , NY – The most comprehensive health economics study of vascular dementia in the U.S.