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Seth Rogen Speaks to the Senate about Alzheimer’s

Funny man Seth Rogen recently testified before the Senate on the serious matter of Alzheimer's disease.

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Movie Popcorn Butter Linked to Alzheimer’s

What is your snack of choice at the movie theater? Please don’t say popcorn. It is? It’s popcorn? Ok, well, you certainly don’t ask the concession stand employees to douse your corn with gallons of artificial butter spray, right? Oh, you do? Well, you might want to read on. We apologize in advance.

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Watch How Music Brings a Man Suffering From Dementia to Life

Music can have a profound effect on all of us. It triggers memories, elevates our mood, makes us angry and helps us learn. It can also bring us out from the dark shell of a weakened and aging mind. That’s certainly the effect music has had for this man who suffers from dementia brought on by age.

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Your Walking Speed and Grip Strength May Predict Stroke, Dementia Risks

A new study finds that how fast you can walk and the strength of your hand grip may predict the odds of having a stroke or memory problems later in life.

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Cancer Drug May Be Able to Reverse Alzheimer’s

A new study with mice indicates the cancer drug bexarotene could have another important use: reversing Alzheimer’s disease in its early stages.

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A More Active Lifestyle May Help Those Prone to Alzheimer’s

A new study finds people with genetic risk factor for Alzheimer’s disease may be able to stave off the brain changes caused by the disease simply by engaging in a more active lifestyle.

 

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Dementia Patients Have Highest Hospitalization Rates, Most Preventable Conditions

A new study shows people with dementia have a higher rate of hospital admissions, but are also more able to prevent hospitalization through proactive care.

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‘More Fish… Less Alzheimer’s,’ Says New Research — Health Check

Researchers have narrowed down the task of warding off Alzheimer’s disease into a simple one — eating more fish.

In a new study, 260 people with an average age of 71 were followed to see how much fish they ate and how it was prepared. The results showed those who ate baked or broiled fish on at least a weekly basis were much less likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease or mild mental impairment.

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