‘Brain Games’ Recalls Thousands Of Defective Word Puzzles That Gave Users Alzheimer’s – The Onion (satire)

February 20, 2018 by  
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The Onion (satire)
'Brain Games' Recalls Thousands Of Defective Word Puzzles That Gave Users Alzheimer's
The Onion (satire)
MORTON GROVE, IL—Offering a full refund along with its sincerest apologies, Publications International, Ltd. recalled more than 90,000 copies of Brain Games Tuesday after the defective puzzle books were found to give customers Alzheimer's disease

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Scientists Explore Ties Between Alzheimer’s And Brain’s Ancient Immune System – WBUR

February 19, 2018 by  
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Scientists Explore Ties Between Alzheimer's And Brain's Ancient Immune System
WBUR
Beer has fueled a lot of bad ideas. But on a Friday afternoon in 2007, it helped two Alzheimer's researchers come up with a really a good one. Neuroscientists Robert Moir and Rudolph Tanzi were sipping Coronas in separate offices during "attitude

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Kovach: Alzheimer’s can’t stop a love story being told – Livingston Daily

February 18, 2018 by  
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Kovach: Alzheimer's can't stop a love story being told
Livingston Daily
I grew up thinking that you two were the definition of love. I remember helping you bathe Grandpa after his stroke, watching you two dance on your 50th wedding anniversary, and seeing you heartbroken after he passed away. You fought hard in those first

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Using music to reach Alzheimer’s's patients – Sampson Independent

February 17, 2018 by  
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Sampson Independent
Using music to reach Alzheimer's's patients
Sampson Independent
How could this lady living with Alzheimer's disease remember the words of this song and not remember the names of her children.” Sometime back I had told you that the left side of your brain is where you store language and the right side of your brain

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FDA floats new rules for testing Alzheimer’s drugs – Science Magazine

February 16, 2018 by  
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FDA floats new rules for testing Alzheimer's drugs
Science Magazine
For years now the gold standard for R&D in Alzheimer's disease has focused on generating convincing evidence that any new therapy being studied could slow the cognitive decline of patients and help preserve their ability to perform the kind of daily
The FDA raises hopes for Alzheimer's drugs with a new set of draft rules. But are they going too far?Endpoints News
FDA pushes pharma to continue efforts in Alzheimer'sBioPharma Dive
FDA Sets the Stage for Earlier-Stage Alzheimer's TreatmentsNasdaq
Indianapolis Business Journal -STAT
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Alzheimer’s Association Raising Awareness of Wandering Seniors – NBC 29 News

February 15, 2018 by  
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Alzheimer's Association Raising Awareness of Wandering Seniors
NBC 29 News
A recent rash of senior citizens with cognitive issues wandering or driving from home has a care organization taking steps to ensure loved one's safety. The Alzheimer's Association of Central and Western Virginia is hoping to educate families about

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Biogen Drops After Alzheimer’s Drug Trial Change Raises Concerns – Bloomberg

February 14, 2018 by  
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Biogen Drops After Alzheimer's Drug Trial Change Raises Concerns
Bloomberg
Biogen Inc. plunged after the company said it was making changes to a trial of an Alzheimer's disease drug, after a long list of rival drugs failed. In a presentation to investors Wednesday, Biogen said it would add about 500 more patients to its
Biogen's share price falters on a surprise dose of 'variability' in Alzheimer's trialSTAT
Biogen shares fall as it adds patients to Alzheimer's medicine trialsFinancial Times

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House passes bill to aid Alzheimer’s patients – Martha’s Vineyard Times

February 13, 2018 by  
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House passes bill to aid Alzheimer's patients
Martha’s Vineyard Times
On Jan. 31, state Rep. Dylan Fernandes, D-Falmouth, voted to pass several legislative bills, including one dealing with Massachusetts' growing population of patients with Alzheimer's disease and similar conditions, according to a press release. The
Political Roundup: State Rep Votes To Advance Alzheimer's BillCapeNews.net
Beacon Hill Roll Call, Jan. 29 to Feb. 9, 2018The Recorder

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Alzheimer’s educational tour to kick of in San Diego on Feb. 20 – The San Diego Union-Tribune

February 12, 2018 by  
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Alzheimer's educational tour to kick of in San Diego on Feb. 20
The San Diego Union-Tribune
Understanding the ever-changing landscape of Alzheimer's research is a big part of the challenge for anyone who facing the disease and iss a big part of the conference. Dr. Mark Stecker, chief of neurology at UC San Francisco, will provide a one-hour

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Group talks about ways to slow Alzheimer’s – Brownsville Herald

February 11, 2018 by  
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Group talks about ways to slow Alzheimer's
Brownsville Herald
HARLINGEN — People likely have seen the tabloid headlines, found Internet sites that make promises, and heard stories from family and friends about ways to prevent or reverse the effects of Alzheimer's. It seems as though everyone is looking for

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