Alzheimer disease

Alzheimer Disease: What's The Nose Got to Do With It?

Smell identification may be of predictive value for later Alzheimer disease . . .

Alzheimer disease

Anticholinergics could confer an increased risk, one dependent on the dose and amount of use. Give them to older patients or consider alternatives?

This adult beverage may actually provide health benefits, specifically for Alzheimer, Parkinson, and other neurological conditions.

Prostaglandin may block protective microglial cells in Alzheimer disease, a study shows. This work could form the basis for future therapies.

Previous studies have shown a link between sleep stages and mental decline. This is the first to show that certain sleep features are related to brain changes.

Here: a quick look at tests that can be a valuable part of a neuropsychological evaluation.

What happens before the demyelinating lesions of MS appear? Does smoking confer protection against Parkinson disease? How is NMDA receptor-associated disease reversed? Here are 4 fine papers from 2014 that set out to answer these questions.

A new study bolsters evidence that bilingualism contributes to cognitive reserve, postpones symptoms of dementia, and delays diagnosis of Alzheimer disease.


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