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IN THE PRESS

Drinking One Diet Drink A Day Can Triple Risk Of Dementia And Strokes


Diet soda has long been thought to be a healthier alternative to sugary soft drinks, but a new study raises some concerning questions. According to The Framingham Heart Study (conducted in partnership with Boston University), there is an association between diet soda consumption and both stroke and dementia, with people drinking diet soda daily being at a higher risk.

How two experimental Alzheimer’s drugs reverse aging


Family history, genes, and some lifestyle choices all influence a person’s risk of Alzheimer’s disease, but age is the greatest risk factor that researchers are aware of.Most people who receive a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s are at least 65 years old. In fact, after that age, the risk of developing the condition doubles every 5 years.However, scientists do not yet fully understand, on a molecular level,

The Dutch Village Where

Everyone Has Dementia


When Yvonne van Amerongen received a phone call from her mother two decades ago, relaying that her father had died of a heart attack—sudden and painless—one of the first things she thought was, Thank God he never had to be in a nursing home.Van Amerongen was working as a staff member at a traditional Dutch nursing home at the time, getting a front-line view of what she never wanted for her parents.

Repairing leaky blood-brain barrier may rejuvenate brain function


The blood-brain barrier is a complex set of blood vessel characteristics that help shield the brain from potentially harmful substances in the bloodstream.In a recent Science Translational Medicine study, scientists describe how the breakdown of the blood-brain barrier can trigger brain inflammation and cognitive impairment in aging mice.The international team found that the breakdown of the blood-

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F.A.Q.

Q: What exactly is dementia?

Dementia is a collective term used to describe various symptoms of cognitive decline, such as forgetfulness. It is a symptom of several underlying diseases and brain disorders. Dementia is not a single disease in itself, but a general term to describe symptoms of impairment in memory, communication, and thinking.

Includes Diseases: Alzheimer's disease

Dementia: Symptoms, treatments, and causes

Q: What is the main cause of dementia?

Alzheimer's disease.Alzheimer's disease is the most common cause of dementia. Although not all causes of Alzheimer's disease are known, experts do know that a small percentage are related to mutations of three genes, which can be passed down from parent to child.

Dementia - Symptoms and causes - Mayo Clinic

Q: What are the 10 warning signs of dementia?

These early signs of dementia are:

  • Memory loss. ... 
  • Difficulty planning or solving problems. ... 
  • Difficulty doing familiar tasks. ... 
  • Being confused about time or place. ... 
  • Challenges understanding visual information. ... 
  • Problems speaking or writing. ... 
  • Misplacing things. ... 
  • Poor judgment or decision-making...

10 early signs and symptoms of dementia - Medical News Today

Q: What is end stage of dementia?

What is end stage of dementia?End-stage, or late-stage, dementia may last from several weeks to several years. As the disease advances, your loved one's abilities become severely limited and their needs increase. Typically, they: have trouble eating and swallowing.

How Long Does End-Stage Dementia Last-Samaritan Hospice