Eli Lilly’s Alzheimer’s Drug Shows Promise in Small Trial – The New York Times

January 12, 2021

Eli Lilly’s Alzheimer’s Drug Shows Promise in Small Trial  The New York TimesLilly hails Alzheimer’s win with donanemab, boasting ‘significant slowing of decline’  FierceBiotechLilly says Alzheimer’s drug slows clinical decline in mid-stage trial  ReutersLilly Alzheimer’s Drug Helped Patients in Small Trial  The Wall Street JournalLilly’s Donanemab Slows Clinical Decline of Alzheimer’s Disease in Positive Phase 2 Trial  PRNewswireView Full Coverage […]

Brain Cells Most Vulnerable to Alzheimer’s Disease Identified by Scientists – UCSF News Services

January 12, 2021

Brain Cells Most Vulnerable to Alzheimer’s Disease Identified by Scientists  UCSF News Services Go to News Source

Alarm for Alzheimer’s needs to sound in state, across US – Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

January 11, 2021

Alarm for Alzheimer’s needs to sound in state, across US  Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette Go to News Source

Alzheimer’s disease is a health crisis with no short-term solution: Ken Bravo – cleveland.com

January 11, 2021

Alzheimer’s disease is a health crisis with no short-term solution: Ken Bravo  cleveland.com Go to News Source

Should we keep telling Dad that he has Alzheimer’s? – Bemidji Pioneer

January 10, 2021

Should we keep telling Dad that he has Alzheimer’s?  Bemidji Pioneer Go to News Source

Air pollution may contribute to Alzheimer’s and dementia risk – here’s what we’re learning from brain scans – The Conversation US

January 10, 2021

Air pollution may contribute to Alzheimer’s and dementia risk – here’s what we’re learning from brain scans  The Conversation US Go to News Source

AI gives you a chance to prevent Alzheimer’s Dementia – PRNewswire

January 9, 2021

AI gives you a chance to prevent Alzheimer’s Dementia  PRNewswire Go to News Source

Industry Voices—Creating an ‘Operation Warp Speed’ for Alzheimer’s – FierceHealthcare

January 9, 2021

Industry Voices—Creating an ‘Operation Warp Speed’ for Alzheimer’s  FierceHealthcare Go to News Source

Why do so many more women have Alzheimer’s than men?

March 4, 2015

According to the Alzheimer’s Association, one in six women over the age of 65 are at risk for developing Alzheimer’s. That’s compared to a one in eleven chance of developing the disease for men of the same age. Put another way, two-thirds of all Americans with Alzheimer’s are women. But why? The simple answer — […]

Alzheimer’s Disease Statistics Show the Illness Will Define Our Times

September 6, 2014

Alzheimer’s disease is practically unheard of in adults younger than 40, and very rare (one in 2,500) for those under 60. It affects 1 percent of 65-year-olds, 2 percent of 68-year-olds, 3 percent of 70-year-olds. After that, the odds start multiplying.