Monthly Archives: July 2015

Additional News from AAIC, Washington, D.C. 2015

The following is a press release from the AAIC on Monday, July 20, 2015 Washington, D.C. July 20, 2015 - Childhood Performance and Type 1 Diabetes Identified as Risk Factors for Alzheimer's Disease, Dementia The first study of dementia risk, including Alzheimer's disease, in older adults with type 1 diabetes (T1D) was reported today at…
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More News from AAIC 2015, Washington, D.C.

The following is a press release  from the AAIC on Sunday, July 19, 2015 Washington, D.C. July 19, 2015 - Promising New Treatments for Alzheimer's Target Multiple Disease-Related Proteins, May Have Benefits For Several Brain Diseases Promising early results of new drugs that target common components of several brain diseases that cause dementia - including…
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Alzheimer’s Association International Conference 2015

Once again Dr. Holub has traveled to attend the yearly AAIC. This conference represents the world's largest gathering for the dementia research community. International principal investigators, investigative teams, clinicians and care providers all convene annually to share the most current study results, theories and discoveries to bring the world community closer to advancements in the…
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Omega-3 Fatty Acids and Cognitive Function in Women

The search for dietary approaches toward the prevention and treatment of Alzheimer's disease remains an active area of clinical research. Enriching and enhancing our diet with the nutrients found to be beneficial through valid clinical research will prove to be increasingly helpful toward the goal of healthy brain aging. One such nutrient, omega-3 fatty acids,…
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Will Non-Invasive Treatments for Alzheimer’s Disease Ever Become Available?

A research article was published in the Journal of Science Translational Medicine in March of this year by the authors, Gerhard Leinenga and Jürgen Götz, which recounted their research into the use of a scanning ultrasound technique to improve beta-amyloid clearance from the brain. Beta-amyloid represents one, if not the primary, protein fragment, which accumulates…
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