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Physical Fitness Linked to Lower Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease

EMBARGOED FOR RELEASE UNTIL 4 P.M. ET, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 2022Newswise — MINNEAPOLIS – People who are more physically fit are less likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease than people who are less physically fit,...

Discovery of a new ALS and dementia disease mechanism raises treatment hopes

Newswise — A pioneering new study led by UCL and National Institutes of Health (NIH) scientists has revealed, for the first time, why a common genetic variant worsens disease outcomes for people with the...

New Study Shows Research Participation is Associated with Greater Use Of and Adherence to...

UNDER EMBARGO UNTIL FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25 at 7AM ESTNewswise — New York, NY (February 23, 2022) New research conducted by investigators from the Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center at Mount Sinai has revealed that while older...

AAN Issues Evidence-in-Focus Article on Aducanumab

EMBARGOED UNTIL 4 P.M. ET, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 2022Newswise — MINNEAPOLIS – To help neurologists, patients and their families understand the current evidence on the use of aducanumab to treat Alzheimer’s disease, the American...
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Saliva test could provide early warning for severe COVID cases, finds study — ScienceDaily

Saliva samples could soon be key to predicting the severity of someone's case of Covid-19, allowing hospitals to triage patients effectively, according to new...

Diverse digital interventions remediate cognitive aging in healthy older adults — ScienceDaily

After a decade of work, scientists at UC San Francisco's Neuroscape Center have developed a suite of video game interventions that improve key aspects...