‘I’m nauseated’: Alzheimer’s whistleblower finds possible misconduct by his mentor in their papers – Science

November 23, 2022

‘I’m nauseated’: Alzheimer’s whistleblower finds possible misconduct by his mentor in their papers  Science Go to News Source

Alzheimer’s disease: 5 daily habits that increase risk of dementia – Hindustan Times

November 23, 2022

Alzheimer’s disease: 5 daily habits that increase risk of dementia  Hindustan Times Go to News Source

Reimagining Alzheimer’s (Part 4): Cautious Optimism For A New Alzheimer’s Disease Treatment – Forbes

November 22, 2022

Reimagining Alzheimer’s (Part 4): Cautious Optimism For A New Alzheimer’s Disease Treatment  Forbes Go to News Source

Researchers Have a New Theory About What Causes Alzheimer’s, And It’s Not Plaque – ScienceAlert

November 22, 2022

Researchers Have a New Theory About What Causes Alzheimer’s, And It’s Not Plaque  ScienceAlert Go to News Source

New Research Links Inhaled Bacteria to Alzheimer’s Disease Risk – Everyday Health

November 21, 2022

New Research Links Inhaled Bacteria to Alzheimer’s Disease Risk  Everyday Health Go to News Source

Alzheimer’s Experts Offer Tips for ‘Dementia-Friendly’ Homes – Manhattan Mercury

November 21, 2022

Alzheimer’s Experts Offer Tips for ‘Dementia-Friendly’ Homes  Manhattan Mercury Go to News Source

New Research Is Exploring the Connection Between Alzheimer’s and Inflammation – Sarasota

November 20, 2022

New Research Is Exploring the Connection Between Alzheimer’s and Inflammation  Sarasota Go to News Source

Cultural Differences in Understanding Alzheimer’s Disease – Psychology Today

November 20, 2022

Cultural Differences in Understanding Alzheimer’s Disease  Psychology Today 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.