Alzheimer’s & Dementia

Memory and Amyloid

Nov 11, 2017 | | Say something

Memory and Amyloid ; Amyloid is the prime suspect behind Alzheimer’s disease. Scientists know that hurts memory by killing brain cells. Now, new research reveals amyloid causes memory loss in brain cells perfect health, too. Learn how Alzheimer’s disease develops. A protein in the brain is believed to be a key component in the progression […more]

5 Myths About Alzheimer

Nov 2, 2017 | | Say something

5 Myths About Alzheimer ;

New package dementia care nurses published by NHS

Oct 30, 2017 | | Say something

Guidance Alzheimer Society has published, with the aim of helping NHS nurses better assess the psychological needs of people suffering from dementia. In recent years, it has become increasingly difficult to analyze the needs of someone when they are in the later stages of dementia, especially if a nurse has not known the person for […more]

Memory loss can not be the first symptom of Alzheimer

Oct 28, 2017 | | Say something

New research from UCL has shown that memory loss can not always be a first symptom of Alzheimer’s disease. A study of 7,815 people found that younger people may initially suffer from problems with language, judgment or visual / spatial perception before memory loss. The report focused on the theory that the symptoms experienced may […more]

Cholesterol triggers Alzheimer through 3 copies of chromose # 21

Sep 26, 2017 | | Say something

Cholesterol triggers Alzheimer through 3 copies of chromose # 21 ; LDL cholesterol is dubbed . it Is cell division adversely affects “bad cholesterol”. This bad cell division causes human cells to carry a 3rd copy of chromosome # 21. Know why this third copy almost always leads to Alzheimer’s disease AURORA, Colo. -. Researchers […more]

Activators headbanging CTE-dementia of the brain Pro football

Sep 10, 2017 | | Say something

Activators headbanging CTE-dementia of the brain Pro football ; VIDEO: professional athlete Patrick Grange died CTE dementia. Learn the connection between CTE dementia and activities that are hard on the head. CTE stands for chronic traumatic encephalopathy. Doctors are finding CTE being a major cause of the high rate of dementia in professional soccer players. […more]

Alzheimer battle of former EastEnders star mom shares

Sep 6, 2017 | | Say something

Former EastEnders star John Partridge has shared their experiences of care of his mother, who was diagnosed Alzheimer’s disease in 2011. John, who played for four years Christian Clarke revealed that one of the reasons I left the popular soap opera was to become primarily responsible for ensuring its 77-year-old mother of Bridget. Talking to […more]

Drop ‘could protect against Alzheimer’

Aug 4, 2017 | | Say something

People with gout may be less likely to develop Alzheimer , according to a new study. researchers believe that this could be due to the accumulation of uric acid waste product in the blood of those affected by gout. uric acid has antioxidant properties that can protect against the development or progression of neurodegenerative diseases. […more]

New target protein found in the fight against Alzheimer’s disease, MS

Jul 31, 2017 | | Say something

The activation of a protein on the surface of brain cells could help slow the progression of Alzheimer’s disease and multiple sclerosis (MS). protein, known as TREM2 found that to help cells known as microglia to clear debris from the brain, eliminating one of the factors that can lead to the development of neurological disorders. […more]