From Alzheimer’s To Psychedelics, 2016 Was A Good Year For … – NPR

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A woman with ALS was able to type just by thinking about the letters, and people with cancer found their anxiety and depression erased by a single encounter …

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Sauna Use Linked to Lower Dementia, Alzheimer’s Risk – Medscape

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Partaking regularly in the relaxing practice of sauna bathing is associated with a decreased risk for dementia and Alzheimer's disease (AD) — at least in men, new research suggests. Further results from the Kuopio Ischemic Heart Disease (KIHD) study

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Two research studies on new molecules could potentially treat Alzheimer’s disease – News-Medical.net

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Two research studies on new molecules could potentially treat Alzheimer's disease
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This year, results have been published of two significant research studies about molecules that could potentially treat Alzheimer's disease. The chief researcher in both studies was the head of the Laboratory of Medical Chemistry and Bioinformatics at

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Investigation into new molecules for potential Alzheimer’s treatment – Medical Xpress

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Two significant research studies have been published in Molecular Pharmaceutics and Current Alzheimer Research regarding molecules that could potentially treat Alzheimer's disease. The chief researcher in both studies was Yan Ivanenkov, the head of the …

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Family honors its memories after early Alzheimer’s diagnosis | New … – The Union Leader

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An estimated 200000 Americans younger than 65 are afflicted with younger-onset Alzheimer's disease. Although rare, it can strike people in their 30s and 40s, …

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Early Alzheimer’s Gene Spells Tragedy For Patients, Opportunity For Science – NPR

December 27, 2016 by  
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Now the family knows the reason for their curse: It's a rare type of early-onset Alzheimer's disease, caused by what's come to be known as the "Jalisco" genetic mutation. Doctors today can tell someone they have it but they can't stop its destructive

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Skillfully after a cure to Alzheimer’s; poker might help – GamingTodaySlotsToday

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Anita's family just moved her into a facility for those requiring continual care for Alzheimer's disease. I'm not a neurologist, a physician who diagnoses and treats disorders of the nervous system – not even a medical doctor. On the other hand, I was

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Award backs groundbreaking Alzheimer’s research – Lowell Sun

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Postdoctoral research fellow Dr. William Todd, of Chelmsford, holds a mouse brain in the neurology lab at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston. Todd received a grant from the Alzheimer's Association to study a possible hypothalamic link to …

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Piano teacher and students brighten Christmas at Peoria Alzheimer’s center – Peoria Journal Star

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PEORIA – Piano teacher Amy Brown and her students have turned Christmas performances at the Grand View Alzheimer's Special Care Center into a tradition. Brown started encouraging her students to play in nursing homes and senior citizens facilities in …

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Living with Alzheimer’s, finding a silver lining – The Bozeman Daily Chronicle

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The final stages of Alzheimer's are tough. Mirrors can frighten patients, throw rugs can appear as dark holes in the floor, showers can be scary. She cared for Mike until the last three weeks of his life, when he could no longer swallow and she could

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