Category: Alzheimer’s Disease Research

Alzheimer's disease prevention

Powerful Herbs Boost Memory, Protect Brain The herb sage enhances memory and mental function. It also has neuroprotective properties. It could be a therapeutic treatment for Alzheimer’s and other forms of neurodegenerative disease. Those with Alzheimer’s disease usually experience a drop in acetylcholine. Sage inhibits an enzyme called acetylcholinesterase (AChE), which breaks down the acetylcholine […]

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Cannabidiol Has Neuroprotective, Anti-Inflammatory Benefits Neurodegenerative disease is the fastest-growing cause of death in the world. It will soon be the leading cause of death. Inflammation is a common denominator among the diverse list of neurodegenerative diseases. Marijuana derivatives have attracted special interest as a way to prevent brain disease and a treatment. Cannabidiol (CBD), […]

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Alzheimer's disease treatment

A Promising Treatment For Neurodegenerative Disease A diet containing compounds found in green tea and carrots reversed Alzheimer’s-like symptoms in mice genetically programmed to develop the disease, USC researchers announced. Researchers emphasize that the study, recently published in theJournal of Biological Chemistry, was in mice, and many mouse discoveries never translate into human treatments. Nevertheless, […]

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Test Reflects Risks From Blood Transfusions A simple blood test reliably detects signs of brain damage in people on the path to developing Alzheimer’s disease – even before they show signs of confusion and memory loss, according to a new study from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis and the German Center for […]

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Deadly Proteins Permanently Contaminate Medical Equipment and More Editor’s Note: In April 2019, Dr. Stanley Prusiner published conclusive evidence that Alzheimer’s disease is a prion disease. The implications are far-reaching. It impacts 50-100 million victims, their family, friends and caregivers. It’s time to reform policies and practices on many fronts to protect public health and […]

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Antibodies Can Slow Progression Alzheimer’s disease is one of the deadliest, costliest, and demanding diseases in the world. It’s the fastest-growing cause of death in the world. Unfortunately, no drugs have been developed to prevent or reverse the brain disease. A promising new medication known as BAN2401 might offer hope, while helping redirect future research on […]

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Tau Proteins Are Infectious Neurodegenerative disease is the fastest-growing cause of death in the world. There are more questions than answers surrounding this global epidemic, but researchers are connecting the dots to deadly proteins that are killing many mammals, including humans. The destructive progression of Alzheimer’s disease follows the growth and spread of toxic protein […]

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Infectious Proteins and Brain Disease Prion research is still unfolding, but researchers have successfully created a synthetic version, which could help solve some riddles. Neurodegenerative disease , including Alzheimer’s disease, is the fastest-growing cause of death in the world. Autism also continues to surge. Some parts of the world are impacted more than others. A variety of […]

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prion disease and Alzheimer's disease

Prion Science Still Unfolding Neurodegenerative disease is the fastest-growing cause of death in the world. Prion disease is responsible for the vast majority of the surge in humans and other mammals. Professor Goedert, a program leader at the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology in Cambridge, believes our best hope of fighting dementia requires predicting who […]

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Tau, Amyloid Detection Researchers from Aberdeen have identified changes in the brains of those suffering early signs of Alzheimer’s disease. A University of Aberdeen study confirmed for the first time that two proteins, assumed to contribute to the disease process, are both present at very early stages of Alzheimer’s disease. Both are present in an area of the […]

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