Alzheimer's

The latest in health news: Attack on sugary drinks is back, Alzheimer's in a dish for research, and why rapid weight loss may not result in weight gain just as fast
For the first time, researchers created what they call Alzheimer s in a Dish human brain cells that develop defining Alzheimer s structures in a petri dish. This incredible achievement could redefine how Alzheimer s and potential treatment drugs are studied. Until now, researchers were only able to use mice that developed an imperfect form of the disease.
Recently, the FDA has approved new PET tracers as clinical tools to estimate brain amyloid burden in patients being evaluated for cognitive impairment or dementia. And these new tracers - tau-protein tracers - may be
Benzodiazepines are drugs that are commonly prescribed to combat anxiety, or as sedatives and muscle relaxants. They include Xanax, Librium, Valium, and Halcion, and several others. We ve known the up-and-downsides of such drugs for many years, as well as their addictive tendencies. But a new study provides concern that we might need to add another risk to that list.
How do you say No to dementia in French? It may be worth your while to learn. A new study shows being familiar with two or more languages may delay different types of dementia. Bonnes nouvelles!