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A multifaceted approach aims to detect, treat and even reverse the disorder

Like many patients visiting a doctor’s office, Kim Sebenoler started out her appointment by heading to the nearest restroom to

Researchers are studying families for clues to how Alzheimer’s develops

Researchers are studying families for clues to how Alzheimer’s develops Lizeth Navarro at her home in La Habra, California, on

Welders showed increased risk of Parkinson-like symptoms in study

Welders are in danger of developing symptoms similar to Parkinson’s disease, according to a new study that implicates exposure to

Some elderly with Alzheimer’s brain plaques stay sharp

In a discovery that challenges conventional thinking, researchers report that several people over the age of 90 had excellent memory

$34 million effort aims to image brain from childhood through old age

A research team led by scientists at Washington University in St. Louis will scan the brains of kindergartners to centenarians

Scientists link single gene to some cases of autism spectrum disorder

Findings could provide clues about other genes involved in autism by Jim Dryden October 19, 2016 Scientists, led by a

WashU, pharma partners seek more tau intel from Alzheimer’s consortium

By Marie Powers News Editor Long-time Alzheimer’s disease (AD) researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis (WashU)

At Age 8, DIAN Is Churning Out Data and Growing into a Movement

16 Aug 2016 Part 1 of a five-part series. At age 8, DIAN has grown up. In 2008, when the Dominantly

Cirrito receives MetLife award for Alzheimer’s research

Researcher is known for developing a way to measure levels of amyloid beta in brain by Tamara Bhandari•August 1, 2016

Alzheimer’s drug test disappoints, but some see benefit

Alzheimer’s drug test disappoints, but some see benefit 891 patients with mild or moderate Alzheimer’s disease participated in study By