Predicting the Future: Researchers Eye New Early Predictor of Cognitive Decline
, Alzheimer's

Evidence of Alzheimer’s Disease begins to appear in the brain well before clinical cognitive symptoms of the disease, which has led to the introduction of…

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Potential Approaches to Early Detection of Alzheimer’s Disease
, Cognitive Health, Health & Wellness

The current Journal of the American Medical Association reported some recent developments in the early detection of Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) presented at the 2012 annual…

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Dementia & Cognitive Reserve in Middle-Income Countries
, Cognitive Health

Studies have reported that countries with lower- and middle-to-average incomes have lower rates of dementia than those in the wealthiest parts of the world. These…

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A Possible Biomarker for Alzheimer’s Disease
, Cognitive Health, Newsworthy

A group of researchers at Johns Hopkins University, the Mayo Clinic, and Columbia University may have found a biomarker (or a measurable, identifiable indicator) that…

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Progress Toward an Alzheimer’s Vaccine?
, Cognitive Health

The exact cause or causes of Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) is uncertain, but much evidence points to the so-called “Amyloid Hypothesis.” This hypothesis is that AD…

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Decrease the anxiety of nursing home residents with dementia by playing their favorite music
, Cognitive Health

Earlier this year, the Journal of Clinical Nursing published a study (Sung et al. 2010) about the potential for music to reduce anxiety in older…

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