A certain protein in the blood can be used to predict the eventual appearance of Alzheimer’s. Will this allow for early intervention?
Eli Lilly Company’s TRAILBLAZER-ALZ 2 Phase 3 study shows that donanemab significantly slowed cognitive and functional decline in people with early symptomatic Alzheimer’s disease. Learn more.
A new form of Omega-3 has successfully increased DHA in the retina and reduced eye problems associated with Alzheimer’s-like processes.
The AlzoSure® Blood Test can catch Alzheimer’s two years before symptoms appear. Its development could not be more timely. With FDA approval of lecanemab for Alzheimer’s, this accurate and economical screening tool will dramatically assist patients most likely to benefit from early treatment.
BREAKTHROUGH: Researchers have developed a blood test that can predict the risk of future cognitive decline and Alzheimer’s. The test checks levels of a fragment
DIAGNOSIS: A highly sensitive blood test has reached the market that can identify whether it is likely a patient has amyloid plaques in the brain,
NEUROSCIENTISTS have discovered they can estimate when Alzheimer’s is most likely to strike a person, based on his or her sleep pattern. The best defense:
BREAKTHROUGH: FOR THE FIRST TIME in 18 years, the FDA approved a new Alzheimer’s drug. The new medication’s generic name is aducanumab and will be marketed under the brand name Aduhelm. Another first is the drug’s ability to potentially slow down Alzheimer’s, not just cover up its symptoms, as existing medications do. Find out more.
French researchers conclude delaying retirement can delay dementia in a big way. Learn why.
A high-sugar diet causes insulin resistance in the brain, reducing neuronal debris removal. How badly can this increase neurodegeneration risk?
In the most difficult moments, Kindness heals and reassures.
PRESIDENT REAGAN ESTABLISHED NOVEMBER AS NATIONAL ALZHEIMER’S AWARENESS MONTH IN 1983. IN 1994, HE TOLD THE WORLD HE HAD IT. SEE VIDEO + HIS INSPIRING LETTER:
If you couldn’t see your mashed potatoes, you probably wouldn’t eat them. That’s why what “The Red Plate Study” found was astonishing! Alzheimer’s patients eating from red plates consumed 25 percent more food than those eating from white plates. Find out why.
Enjoy this great duet between a musician with dementia and his son. A triumph of spirit over Alzheimer’s! Sing-a-long if you like!
It looks like a sneeze cannot give anyone Alzheimer’s. While Alzheimer’s abnormal disease proteins do spread from cell-to-cell, they are not “infectious”. Check out the facts.
TEEPA CARE VIDEO: Learn about Alzheimer’s 6 stages. Teepa Snow shows what to expect, while keeping the focus on the person for whom you care.