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Treatment
Treatment
03/12/2020
New findings suggest that tau-positron emission tomography signal can predict future brain atrophy in individuals in the early symptomatic stages of Alzheimer disease. The study’s lead author, Renaud La...
03/12/2020
genetics
genetics
01/27/2020
Mingyu Liang, MB, PhD, answers our questions about his research into the dark genome’s function in hypertension.
01/27/2020
Alzheimer Disease
Alzheimer Disease
01/21/2020
In this podcast, Erin Sundermann, PhD, discusses her research on sex-specific norms and cut points for verbal memory tests and how redefining the criteria for men vs women may improve diagnostic accuracy of...
01/21/2020
Speech
Speech
08/23/2019
A study being presented at the ANA 2019 annual meeting highlights the connection between primary progressive aphasia and Alzheimer disease. Speaker and lead researcher Marek-Marsel Mesulam, MD, answers our...
08/23/2019
Alzheimer Disease
Alzheimer Disease
08/12/2019
In this podcast, Shane Liddelow, PhD, from NYU Langone Health, discusses his latest research on astrocytes—a topic he also spoke about at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference 2019.
08/12/2019
mental health
mental health
05/28/2019
In this commentary, Dr Rebecca Gottesman reviews the results of her ARIC-PET amyloid imaging study and explains what they mean for the future of clinical practice.
05/28/2019
Exercise
Exercise
05/25/2019
Gary Small, MD, explains the role of physical activity in the prevention of Alzheimer disease.
05/25/2019
Alzheimer Disease
Alzheimer Disease
02/04/2019
Dr David Llewellyn from the University of Exeter Medical School answers our questions about his research on dementia misclassification when using brief cognitive assessments.
02/04/2019
Genetics
Genetics
02/02/2018
Marylyn Ritchie, PhD, discusses how genome sequencing can help patients learn about their family history, their risk levels for certain diseases, and their likely responses to a variety of drug treatments. ...
02/02/2018
Dementia
Dementia
02/17/2017
Michael Gordon, MD, shares clinical advice for engaging with patients who have cognitive concerns ranging from subjective cognitive impairment to dementia.
02/17/2017