How Early Does Alzheimer Disease Start?
Research findings indicate that signs of Alzheimer may begin earlier than previously thought and genotyping could identify those at risk.
The Alzheimer Link to Neurodegeneration in Diabetes
Researchers studied type 2 diabetes-induced neurodegeneration and the possible link to Alzheimer disease.
AD Symptoms May Appear Early
Researchers found associations between cognitive test scores and eventual Alzheimer disease.
Cannibalism and the Resistant Brain
Studies of a kuru epidemic in a formerly cannibalistic tribe could lead to further understanding of other neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer and Parkinson.
6 Ways Neurology Practices Can Get Up-to-Speed with ICD-10
Neurologists will need to improve documentation for several common diagnoses to make a successful ICD-10 transition. Here are six helpful tips.
Alzheimer Disease and High Blood Pressure. What is the connection?
An international research group sought to uncover the link between Alzheimer disease and its numerous risk factors.
New Research Points to Earlier Recognition of AD
Research into AD pathogenesis and identification of early biomarkers could contribute to the development of new treatments. We present several recent findings.
News Roundup: Alzheimer Disease
Discover 3 exciting developments in Alzheimer disease research.
4 New Concepts in Alzheimer Disease
Proteins linked in a pathway, drugs that may prevent memory loss, the positive role of sleep, a new memory app—check out these latest new concepts in AD diagnosis and treatment.
Skin Test May Allow Earlier Diagnosis of Alzheimer, Parkinson Diseases
A skin test used to detect elevated levels of abnormal proteins may allow earlier diagnosis of Alzheimer and Parkinson diseases, according to a new study.