Anxious Women At Greater Risk Of Alzheimer's
Believe it or not, a new study that has been published in the Journal of Neurology has shown how women who are anxious or jealous during their thirties and forties could lead to Alzheimer's disease in later life. Alzheimer's disease, is a common disease throughout the United States, with five million cases affected citizens each year, 3.2 million of those cases being women
New Reports Suggest Stress May Speed Alzheimer's
Mild cognitive issues have become more and more commonly associated with Alzheimer's and the risk of developing the disease.
New Study Shows Progress In Alzheimer's Research
A recently published study found in the eLife journal shows that there is finally news on the possibility of fighting Alzheimer's. The researchers have found that by regenerating connections that have been damaged in brain cells affected by the disease, memories that have been lost could potentially be restored.