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Over Active Bladder –Quality of Life Implications
OAB is a clinical syndrome defined as urgency with or without urge incontinence usually with frequency and nocturia. It is a common problem: one... Read More
 
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Alzheimer's blood test detects brain damage years before symptoms
Testing blood levels of a protein that brain cells leak when faulty or dying detected people with Alzheimer's disease years before their symptoms emerged.
Stool transplants from 'super donors' could be a cure-all
New research suggests that fecal transplants from 'super donors' could cure a host of conditions, ranging from irritable bowel syndrome to Alzheimer's.
Alzheimer's: What leads to brain cell damage?
The toxic beta-amyloid protein inactivates a protein that is key to the functioning of the parts of brain cells that receive signals from other cells.
Leaky blood vessels may trigger Alzheimer's
According to a recent study, leaky capillaries could be more important to the development of Alzheimer's disease than protein buildup in the brain.
Stress may raise the risk of Alzheimer's disease
A Danish population-based study finds a strong link between psychological distress and the risk of developing Alzheimer's disease.
Experimental drug may prevent Alzheimer's disease
A drug that researchers are testing against a range of conditions might also prevent Alzheimer's. The drug blocks toxic protein buildup in the brain.
A lack of deep sleep could indicate Alzheimer's development
Sleep is vital to many aspects of well-being. A new study finds that older adults who are not getting enough quality sleep may be developing Alzheimer's.
Exercise can help fight off Alzheimer's, but how?
Why does exercise have a protective effect on our memory? A new study conducted primarily in mice identifies a major factor that determines this effect.
Alzheimer's: 9 new genetic risk factors found
The largest genetic study of Alzheimer's to date finds nine entirely new genetic locations that contribute to the risk of developing the disease.
Nutrient in mother's diet may help fight Alzheimer's in offspring
Generations of mice descended from females whose diet was high in choline had fewer Alzheimer's hallmarks in the brain and better memory function.
Candida infection can reach brain and impair memory
New research shows that the Candida albicans fungus may lead to brain inflammation and impair memory in mice. The results have implications for dementia.
What were the most intriguing medical studies of 2018?
As 2018 slowly but surely draws to a close, we give you an overview of some of the most read and thought-provoking medical research of this year.
6 months of exercise may reverse mild cognitive impairment
A new study finds that 6 months of exercise, when added to dieting, can reverse 9 years of decline in certain cognitive functions.
Alzheimer's: Study zeroes in on brain's weakest link
In a new study, researchers find out which brain cells are most vulnerable to the accumulation of toxic plaques that drive Alzheimer's and speculate why.
Type 2 diabetes and cognitive decline: Study finds link
New research examines cognitive function and brain atrophy in both people with and without type 2 diabetes over the course of approximately 5 years.
Future of Alzheimer's therapy: What is the best approach?
A new comprehensive review assesses current clinical trials for Alzheimer's drugs and advises on the best therapeutic approach going forward.
A new blood test could help diagnose Alzheimer's
New research focuses on an accurate blood test for Alzheimer's disease. If scientists replicate the study's promising results, it may be a breakthrough.
Dementia: Gene study boosts search for treatment
Using an innovative analytical approach, researchers pinpointed genes that play an important role in the protein buildup associated with dementia.
Gun ownership and dementia: A growing concern
As the older population of the United States grows, the prevalence of dementia also rises. A new paper discusses dementia and gun ownership.
Lung disease may increase dementia risk
New research uncovers another potential risk factor for dementia and, more generally, for cognitive impairment, namely having a lung disease in midlife.
Alzheimer's may soon be treated with HIV drugs
For the first time, scientists show how the gene that produces brain toxicity in Alzheimer's is 'recombined' using the same enzyme found in HIV.
Men who eat lots of fruits and vegetables have less memory loss
Consumption of orange juice, certain vegetables, leafy greens, and berry fruits is tied to less memory loss in a large group of men followed for 26 years.
Could managing cholesterol prevent Alzheimer's?
The largest genetic study of Alzheimer's to date finds that this neurological disease shares some genetic risk factors with several cardiovascular conditions.
Alzheimer's vaccine draws closer
Building on more than a decade of scientific research, a recent paper brings us one step closer to developing a vaccine for Alzheimer's disease.
A simple type of daily meditation may alter the course of Alzheimer's
Simple mind-body practices altered potential cell aging and Alzheimer's biomarkers. The changes linked directly to improved cognition and other functions.
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