Alzheimer's Disease - Study finds a link between progression of Alzheimer’s disease and corpuscles in cell nuclei
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 Novel biomarker effectively detects Alzheimer's disease before symptoms emergeNovel biomarker effectively detects Alzheimer's disease before symptoms emerge
 
A newly developed radiotracer can measure increases in brain tau at least a year prior to the emergence of other symptoms.
 
   Study finds a link between progression of Alzheimer’s disease and corpuscles in cell nucleiStudy finds a link between progression of Alzheimer’s disease and corpuscles in cell nuclei
 
Studies conducted on patients’ tissue as well as mini-brains created from stem cells have provided a better insight into Alzheimer’s disease.
 
   Brain study provides new insights on dementiaBrain study provides new insights on dementia
 
The largest study to date has provided a better understanding of how genes are controlled in dementia, including the identification of 84 novel genes associated with the condition.
 
   Air quality improvement linked with reduced risk of dementiaAir quality improvement linked with reduced risk of dementia
 
Improving air quality may improve cognitive function and reduce dementia risk, according to several studies reported today at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference 2021 in Denver and virtually.
 
   High levels of protein linked with heart health could protect against Alzheimer's-like brain damageHigh levels of protein linked with heart health could protect against Alzheimer's-like brain damage
 
By the time people with Alzheimer's disease start exhibiting difficulty remembering and thinking, the disease has been developing in their brains for two decades or more, and their brain tissue already has sustained damage. As the disease progresses, the damage accumulates, and their symptoms worsen.