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Jul 17, 2019
Alzheimers spread differently in men, women more likely to develop it: new studyDiagnosing women for Alzheimers is harder as they tend to do better in verbal tests than men.
Jul 09, 2017
Do not go gentle into that good night: On Alzheimer’s, women and empowermentTill the grip is tightened, till there is no wiggle room left, Alzheimer’s graciously allows a moment of whimsical freedom that life doesn’t always afford
Jun 03, 2016
Here is why forgetting may be good for memoryFor managing the memory acquired across a lifetime, human beings need to forget -- as part of the brains' system, says new research that has identified a new protein required for normal forgetting by the brain.
Mar 18, 2016
'Lost' memories of Alzheimer's patients may be recoverable, finds new studySufferers of Alzheimer's disease may not have "lost" their memories, but could simply have difficulty accessing them, say researchers
Mar 06, 2016
Keep calm because aggressive adults experience memory problems later in lifeA new study has revealed that young adults who are hostile or cope badly with stress are likely to experience memory and thinking problems decades later.
Mar 02, 2016
Take a break! Because prolonged stress may cause memory lossUS researchers have found there is a relationship between prolonged stress and memory loss.
Jul 12, 2012
Alzheimer's can be predicted 25 years early: ScientistsScientists have found five key signs of Alzheimer's that can be detected up to 25 years before the onset of the degenerative disease, a finding which they say could lead to its early diagnosis and treatment.