Vitamin A deficiency in pregnant women ups risk of Alzheimer's for ... Washington D.C. [USA], Jan. 28 : For would-be-mommies, inclusion of sweet potatoes, carrots, and dark leafy greens in their diet are a must, as a study warns that deficiency of vitamin A in the womb or just after birth can have a detrimental effect on the brain development of the fetus or the ...
Explanation found for Alzheimer's risk gene gets Washington D.C., Aug. 18 : A recent study has identified a connection between ApoE4 gene and protein build-up associated with Alzheimer's that provides a possible biochemical explanation for how extra ApoE4 causes the disease.
Study enabling docs to predict risk of Alzheimer Washington D.C, Aug. 8 : The recent findings have unveiled results from a new Randox Laboratories that will help in identifying the patients, who are at an elevated risk of Alzheimer's disease.
Brain: Use it so you don't lose it Washington D.C, Aug 4 : When it comes to warding off Alzheimer's disease, a new research suggests a lifetime of mental activity can be good for you.
Diseased brain blood vessels tied to Alzheimer's Washington D.C, Jul 3 : The cause for Alzheimer's disease is still unknown and now, a new study has shed light on the possible triggers of early Alzheimer's disease, linking it to cerebrovascular disease.
Smoking Alzheimer's out with weed Washington D.C, Jul 2 : Cannabis has long been accused of affecting memory and thinking ability, but now, a team of researchers has found that it may actually help with the effects of brain ageing.
Awakening from Alzheimer's possible Washington D.C, Jun 17 : Currently, no treatment can stop Alzheimer's disease, but now, a new study has offered hope by showing that it possible to reverse memory loss in the patients.
Sleepiness and fatigue linked to brain atrophy in cognitively normal ... New York, June 16 : A new study found that normal older adults who experience excessive sleepiness during the day or significant fatigue may have more brain atrophy than expected for their age, particularly in areas of the brain that are more susceptible to aging and Alzheimer's disease.