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Memory Loss Can Be Reversed in People With Cognitive Decline

Cognitive decline is a major concern of the aging population. Already, Alzheimer’s disease affects approximately 5.4 million Americans and 30 million people globally. Without...

Lithium in Drinking Water Linked With Anti-Suicidal Effect

It looks like we have now one more reason to drink plenty of water as scientists, including one of Indian-origin, found that naturally occurring...

Walking, A Key Tool Identify The Specific Type of Dementia

Researchers have found that walking may be a key clinical tool in helping doctors accurately identify the specific type of dementia a patient has. Published...

Donepezil, A Drug Used For Alzheimer Disease, Doubles Hospitalisation Risk

Researchers have found that a drug, donepezil commonly used to manage symptoms of Alzheimer disease and other forms of dementia, is associated with a...

Regular Exercise to Help Prevent Development of Physical Signs of Alzheimer’s

Regular exercise is not only good for memory as people age, but it also appears to help prevent the development of physical signs of...

Here’s Why Women are More Likely to Develop Alzheimer Diseases than Men

New research gives some biological clues to why women may be more likely than men to develop Alzheimer's disease and how this most common...

Scientists Closing in on Blood Test to Screen People for Possible Signs of Alzheimer’s Disease

Scientists are closing in on a long-sought goal — a blood test to screen people for possible signs of Alzheimer's disease and other forms...

Healthy Lifestyle Can Cut Risk of Developing Alzheimer Even if You Have High Genetic Risk: Study

A healthy lifestyle can cut your risk of developing Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia even if you have genes that raise your risk...

Study: Hypertension Pill Help Patients Combat Alzheimer Disease Without Affecting Brain

Researchers have found that a drug, called nilvadipine that is consumed as a pill to control hypertension, could also help patients combat Alzheimer's disease...

US Researchers Finding Ways to Treat Dementia

Dementia is a rapidly growing public health problem around the world. Fifty million people suffer from dementia, and in the next 30 years, that...

Reducing Alzheimer’s stigma crucial for prevention research

Alzheimer's is a serious disease To prevent it, it is important to remove the stigma attached to it It was found in a...

A study finds: What causes dementia?

Dementia results in a progressive and irreversible loss of nerve cells and brain functioning, causing loss of memory and cognitive impairments affecting the ability...

Could diabetes drug cure Alzheimer’s disease?

Alzheimer's disease can be treated by a drug which was developed for diabetes. The drug uses a triple method of action. Memory reversing drug The...

This drink may help ward off Alzheimer’s Disease: Scientist

New York, October 31'2017: Researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have developed a nutrient mix drink that has shown potential to slow...

Multi-gene Test Found Effective in Predicting Alzheimer’s Dementia

San Francisco, Sep 24, 2017:  In a new test, a research team has found that combining the effects of over two dozen genetic variants...

Air pollution can Increase Risk of Dementia in Elder Women: Study

New York, Feb 1, 2017: Elderly women exposed to tiny air pollution particles may face an increased risk of dementia, including Alzheimer's disease, a study...

Stress Buster: A simple massage that saves you from disadvantages of Urban Lifestyle

People living in urban areas have higher levels of psychotic illnesses such as Schizophrenia and Alzheimer Many reports have proved that the greenery...

Biosensor to display the progress of Alzheimer’s disease

New York: A team of researchers led by an Indian-American scientist has developed a portable biosensor that can display the progress of Alzheimer's disease in...

An active mind keeps Alzheimer away: Indian origin researcher

New York: Being indulged in the activities that keep mind stimulating and active such as reading books and magazines, playing games and using computers in the...

Revealed: Why time slows down as we age

By NewsGram Staff Writer Passage of time is a strange phenomenon. Sometimes, it flies-by and other times it drags interminably. For some, time can race...

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