People With Alzheimer’s Take Conflicting Meds | Grosse Pointe, MI

Would you ever try to ride a bike by pedaling backwards? According to recent research, this is precisely what a lot of people with Alzheimer’s are doing. A study conducted by scientists at the Group Health Research Institute, has discovered that a large number of seniors taking a cholinesterase inhibitor…

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Scientists Turn Skin Cells into Brain Cells to Help Dementia Research People suffering from Alzheimer’s and other neurological disorders could eventually be helped by a Stanford University School of Medicine innovation—neurons made from human skin cells. According to Discovery.com, a team of researchers has discovered a way to transform human…

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Immune System Cell May Lead to New Alzheimer’s Treatment Neuroscientists from Universitatsmedizin Berlin and Universitatsklinik Freiburg have made a discovery that they hope will eventually lead to a new treatment for Alzheimer’s Disease, Medicalnewstoday.com reported. Their discovery involves a cell called a macrophage. Macrophages are vital components of the immune system…

People With Alzheimer’s Take Conflicting Meds | Sterling Heights, MI

Would you ever try to ride a bike by pedaling backwards? According to recent research, this is precisely what a lot of people with Alzheimer’s are doing. A study conducted by scientists at the Group Health Research Institute, has discovered that a large number of seniors taking a cholinesterase inhibitor…

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Alzheimer’s Drug Dumped After Second Clinical Failure An experimental Alzheimer’s drug, which had some experts in the elder care industry creeping closer to the edge of their seats in anticipation, was just abandoned by Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson, reports Reuters. No more studies are scheduled for the previously promising drug,…

Progression & Stages of Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s disease advances slowly through three stages, ranging from mild forgetfulness to severe dementia. In the first stage of Alzheimer’s, symptoms include impaired memory of recent events, faulty judgment, and poor insight. People may forget important appointments, recent family events, and highly publicized news stories. Other symptoms include losing or misplacing possessions, repetition…

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Progression & Stages of Alzheimer’s Alzheimer’s disease advances slowly through three stages, ranging from mild forgetfulness to severe dementia. In the first stage of Alzheimer’s, symptoms include impaired memory of recent events, faulty judgment, and poor insight. People may forget important appointments, recent family events, and highly publicized news stories. Other symptoms include…