Monthly Archives: November 2015

Alzheimer’s Research Studies

Participation in Alzheimer's research studies benefits not only the actual participants but also future generations ~ children and grandchildren may reap the benefits of your current participation in research. Remarkable advances in the study of Alzheimer's disease have been made possible because thousands of people, both healthy and those with cognitive impairment, have participated in Alzheimer's clinical trials and other…
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Sleep Disturbances May Spur Alzheimer’s Memory & Learning Losses

A recent study at the University of California, Irvine suggests that sleep disturbances in the body's night and day schedule may lead to chemical changes in the brain which, in turn, become a central component in the learning and memory losses associated with Alzheimer's disease. The study results are posted on line in the Journal…
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