A Strawberry a Day Might Impact Symptoms of Alzheimer’s Disease

As we age, our risk for neurological disorders increases. It is part of life. Why do some people live past 100 years of age and never lose an ounce of brainpower or memory, and others can develop Alzheimer’s disease (AD) … Continue reading

The pH of the Brain Might Predict Alzheimer’s Disease Quicker Than Other Tests

One problem with Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is that neurological damage is done and may not be reversible by the time it is diagnosed correctly. Five years ago, Johns Hopkins Medicine scientists discovered the role of pH in the risk of … Continue reading

Understanding The Complexities of Alzheimer’s Disease Might Unlock the Doors to a Cure?

There is no single cause for Alzheimer’s disease (AD), and no single pill will cure it. Instead, multiple causes appear to cascade on each other as the disease progresses. Cut off the source early, and the disease may be stopped … Continue reading

Latest Alzheimer’s Drug Has Mixed Results but Points Scientists in the Right Direction

There was big news a short while back with the Alzheimer’s drug, aducanumab. Good and bad press along with a high price tag almost dooms this drug from most in need. It might be an excellent drug, but more testing … Continue reading

Closer to Diagnosing Alzheimer’s Disease Years in Advance

Alzheimer’s disease (AD) has been extremely difficult, if not impossible, to diagnose early – years before it manifests symptoms. There might be an opening with the help of Spanish scientists. Causes of Alzheimer’s disease One of the causes of AD … Continue reading

Diagnose Alzheimer’s 20 Years in Advance?

Alzheimer’s Disease (AD)is one of several diseases included under the general term of dementia. AD is a progressive disease. It interferes with our ability to control our lives. The risk of AD increases with age. One in fourteen has AD … Continue reading