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How One Protein Could Erase All Damage Caused by Alzheimer’s

The latest Alzheimer’s research brings hope for future cure

New Research Suggests Alzheimer’s Starts Outside of the Brain

Learn how studies indicate that the whole body impacts a healthy brain and one’s susceptibility to Alzheimer’s

Sleep and Alzheimer’s: How Sleep Problems Can Contribute to Developing Alzheimer’s Disease

Did you sleep well last night? If you did, well done! If you didn’t, and this is a common occurrence, you may want to consider having a conversation with your physician.

Immunity and Alzheimer's: Your Brain's Healing Process

These are compelling days in the study of neurological illness. The rate of the expansion of neurological research for brain health is astounding. This article is intended to inform you about some relatively new research that will give you a broader perspective on what causes Alzheimer’s disease. Let’s enhance our understanding and appreciation for what the scientific community is up to in developing useful treatments for Alzheimer’s disease.

What is Late-Onset Alzheimer’s and How Can You Defend Against It?

Alzheimer’s is the third leading cause of death in our elderly population today. And what we call “late-onset Alzheimer’s” is the most common form of the disease, generally affecting people over the age of 65. However, the consensus is that late-onset Alzheimer’s typically manifests itself in the brain for many years before symptoms appear. Let’s dive deeper into understanding what late-onset Alzheimer’s is and how we can help protect our brains from developing it.

Alzheimer’s Facts You Might Not Know but Should

There are a lot of myths surrounding Alzheimer’s. Below are 10 facts about Alzheimer’s that aren’t as well known and will help you get educated about the disease.

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