Alzheimer's Disease: Mitigating Risk Factors Improve Cognitive Function
10 monthes ago - By Medindia Health
A comprehensive and personalized program could improve cognitive and metabolic function in individuals diagnosed with subjective cognitive impairment, mild cognitive impairment, and early stage Alzheimer's disease.
Read more ...
Search by Tags
The headlines of Master Doctor
Melatonin: Is This Natural Hormone One of the Keys To Slowing Brain Aging?
Melatonin is best known as a sleep hormone because of its action controlling the circadian cycle. But melatonin also has antioxidant properties, and may have an important...
Does The Pathological Role Of Tau-Protein Differ In Non- Alzheimer's Dementia?
Reduction in tau protein may not protect against Parkinson's and Lewy body dementias.
Light Adjustable Lens, Dexycu technique top cataract meeting coverage
The top-performing videos from Cataract Surgery: Telling It Like It Is include new perspectives on the Light Adjustable Lens and the benefits of the Tecnis Synergy IOL. Watch...
Unraveling the origin of Alzheimer's disease
Researchers studying prions - misfolded proteins that cause lethal incurable diseases - have identified the surface features of human prions responsible for their replication...
No booze until menopause: WHO's alcohol guidance sparks female backlash
The head of the British Pregnancy Advisory Service said calls for women “of childbearing age” to avoid alcohol sounded like advice from The Handmaid's Tale.
OCD increases risk for any dementia, Alzheimer's disease
Obsessive-compulsive disorder independently increased risk for subsequent dementia, including Alzheimer's disease and vascular dementia, according to results of a nationwide...
How a ‘boisterous' teen from western Sydney became an ‘ISIS bride'
Good Weekend senior writer Tim Elliott talks with The Age investigations editor Michael Bachelard about the radicalisation - and repatriation - of so-called “ISIS brides”.
Do YOU Understand the Dangers of Hormone Therapy?
Despite widespread publicity, the 2002 landmark study on the potential dangers of hormone therapy for postmenopausal women is completely unknown to most women. New research...
VIDEO: EyePoint works with ophthalmologists for Dexycu use
AMELIA ISLAND, Fla. - In this video from Cataract Surgery: Telling It Like It Is, Courtney Goodwin of EyePoint discusses ways the company is working with ophthalmologists...