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Fighting Dementia with Play

An international team of researchers finds that cognitive motor training helps fight Alzheimer’s and dementia, using a fitness game to show that cognitive motor training improves both cognitive and physical skills in people with significant dementia. Find out more.

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5 Types of Blood Pressure Meds Can Reduce Dementia Risk

A global team of scientists has found by tracking the health of more than 31,000 adults through six longitudinal studies that treating high blood pressure with medication reduces the risk of dementia by 12 percent. It reduces the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease even more – by 16 percent. Find out why.

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PBM Immune Cells Clear Brain Waste

Immune cells work to remove toxic compounds that build up in the brain, including amyloid beta plaques associated with Alzheimer’s, according to a mouse study funded by the National Institutes of Health.

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B3 Blocks Alzheimer’s, Boosts Memory & Mood

BETTER MEMORY AND BEHAVIOR, with reduced levels of Alzheimer’s tau, were achieved in the lab by supplementing drinking water with nicotinamide riboside, a form of vitamin B3. Learn what these important results mean to Alzheimer’s.

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When Memory Problems Predict Alzheimer’s

An Alzheimer’s blood test that works before symptoms appear can clear up doubts about memory problems. It can tell the difference between subjective memory problems, such as normal side-effects of aging, versus warning signs of Alzheimer’s.

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