Strengthen memory and reduce Alzheimer's risk with meditation and music
Here's one more reason to put your favorite music on repeat, or pick up your mats and meditate: A recent study suggests that meditation and music can help people who are at...
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Higher educational attainment linked to lower risk for Alzheimer's disease
Higher educational attainment is associated with a lower risk for Alzheimer's disease, according to a Mendelian randomization study published in BMJ. “The causes of Alzheimer's...
1 day ago - Healio
New scientific yardstick released to help early detection of Alzheimer's disease
The European Commission's Joint Research Centre released a new scientific yardstick, in the form of a certified reference material, to help early detection of Alzheimer's disease.
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NIH expected to award up to $70 million to launch Alzheimer's Clinical Trials Consortium
The National Institutes of Health is expected to award up to $70 million over five years to three physician-scientists to launch the Alzheimer's Clinical Trials Consortium...
1 day ago - News Medical
Butler Hospital launches international Alzheimer's disease prevention study
The Memory and Aging Program at Butler Hospital, a member of Care New England and a major teaching affiliate of The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, enrolled...
1 day ago - News Medical
Smell Test Challenge Suggests Clinical Benefit for Some Before Development of Alzheimer's
Researchers may have found a way to prevent the effects of Alzheimer's using a person's sense of smell. It has been determined that a weakened sense of smell is indicative of...
1 day ago - Health Status
DR MARTIN SCURR answers readers' health questions
DR MARTIN SCURR answers readers' health questions, including on the possibility of a link between aluminium and Alzheimer's which has been the subject of debate for years.
1 day ago - Daily Mail
Up to $70 Million To Be Awarded to Advance Alzheimer's Disease Clinical Trials
Reisa Sperling, MD, and collaborators will build the Alzheimer's Clinical Trials Consortium to accelerate, expand Alzheimer's disease therapeutic research.
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Alzheimer's Set to Skyrocket
By 2060, an estimated 15 million Americans will have either Alzheimer's disease or mild cognitive impairment, a dramatic increase over the 6.08 million currently affected, new...
1 day ago - Medscape
Nicotinamide riboside may boost mitochondrial energy production and memory in Alzheimer's Disease
Nicotinamide riboside, a vitamin B3 derivative, may improve mitochondrial energy production and improve memory, according to a new study in lab mice.
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Labeling matters: New study shows "snack foods" contribute to overeating
Food labels might not seem like a big deal, but more often than not, their messages and keywords shape your eating habits. Professor Jane Ogden and researchers from the...
ADHD medication could cause birth defects
Children exposed to ADHD drugs like Ritalin in the first trimester are more likely to have heart deformities, according to a new study by the Brigham and Women's Hospital.
Mum of baby born with heart outside body on This Morning
Speaking on This Morning from Glenfield Hospital, Leicester, Naomi Findlay told how she was desperate to cradle daughter Vanellope Hope for the first time.
New Therapeutic Approach May Stop Breast Cancer Metastasis And Recurrence
FDA approved drugs can stop the spread of breast cancer and prevent cancer recurrence by targeting stem-like tumor cells that play key role in metastasis.
The top wellness trends for 2018, revealed by Pinterest
In anticipation of the New Year, Pinterest have put together a list of the top wellness trends for 2018 - and there's plenty to enjoy.
An Injury to the Spinal Cord may Affect the Heart
Secondary damage to an heart caused by the spinal cord injury may range from mild to severe as only small number nerve fibers associated to the heart are present there.
Type 2 Diabetes Complications Hits Younger Patients Harder
Risk factors for developing cardiovascular, eye and renal problems following type 2 diabetes much more common among patients diagnosed before the age of 45.
Heart Defects in Fetus Due to High Blood Sugar Levels of Mother
The leading non-genetic risk factor for the disease is a mother having diabetes during pregnancy, although genetics was thought to be a risk factor.
Chemotherapy found to increase the number of tumor cells circulating in the...
Chemotherapy is a pretty scary prospect, but a lot of people are convinced by their doctors that its potential benefits are worth enduring the very unpleasant side effects...
Add cinnamon to your treats this holiday season: Research confirms the spice...
Cinnamon may be the spice you need this holiday season as a new study finds that it can potentially protect you from obesity. A team of researchers from the University of...