MIT Researchers Invented Long-Acting Drug For Possible Malaria, HIV, TB Cure
The drug stays in the stomach for up to two weeks after intake. The pill could be used for possible treatment of Alzheimer's disease and mental illnesses to HIV, tuberculosis and malaria.
Sense Of Smell May Be Associated In Recognizing The Signs Of Alzheimer’s Disease, Study Finds
How Possible Can It Be To Use A Person’s Sense Of Smell In Detecting The Risks Of Alzheimer’s Disease? Is It Accurate? Find Out What Experts Have To Say
Probiotics In Yogurt Can Help People With Alzheimer
A recent study found that a consumption of 200ml milk drink enriched with four probiotic bacteria for 12 weeks lead to "moderate but significant" improvements.
Loneliness Linked To Early Sign Of Alzheimer's, Researchers Say
The study, however, does not prove a cause-and-effect relationship between the two.
Fear Not, Scientists Discover Drug That Could Prevent Alzheimer's
Can Alzheimer's be prevented? A drug might have been discovered to fight against this disease.
Alzheimer's Cure Closer to Reality with Latest Discovery
Researchers discover unexpected, underlying cause of Alzheimer's disease, renewing hope for a cure.
Dementia Stages Determine Cognitive Health
Dementia care research shows that dementia stages help to assess a person's cognitive health so doctors can determine appropriate treatment.
Alzheimer's Disease: Nerve Cells May Offer New Approach
A new study of nerve cells may offer a new approach to Alzheimer's disease.
Brain Activity Map Project Could Cure Alzheimer's, Among Other Benefits
The Brain Activity Map project could potentially cost billions and benefit the economy like the Human Genome Project did years ago.
Alzheimer's Cases Predicted To Reach 13.8 Million By 2050
A new study in the journal Neurology predicts that as baby boomers continue to age, the number of Alzheimer's cases will increase to 13.8 million by the year 2050.