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Alzheimer's Disease and Related Dementias


Decade after menopause poses highest risk of Alzheimer's for women with ApoE4 gene
Featured Research


Moderate physical activity linked to increases in metabolism across brain regions
Featured Research


First-ever atomic look at tau fibril structure in Alzheimer's reveals detailed pathways
Featured Research


Alzheimer's Disease Professional Judgment Budget for FY19 now online
Announcements


National Academies committee sees promising but inconclusive evidence on interventions to prevent cognitive decline, dementia
Press Releases


2017 Alzheimer's and Dementia Webinars for Professionals
Events


Putting exercise to the test in people at risk for Alzheimer's
Featured Research


Harnessing gamma brain waves to clear Alzheimer's proteins
Featured Research


National study reports decreased dementia prevalence
Featured Research


People at genetic risk for Alzheimer’s disease to test prevention drugs
Featured Research


Brain scans offer insights into loss of money skills
Featured Research


Decoding the molecular ties between vascular disease and Alzheimer's
Press Releases


Does poor sleep raise risk for Alzheimer’s disease?
Featured Research


OSP Scholar Spotlight: Dr. S. Duke Han
Featured Research


2015 Alzheimer's & Related Dementias Webinar Series for Professionals
Announcements


Adults obese or overweight at midlife may be at risk for earlier onset of Alzheimer's disease
Featured Research


People with memory complaints, Alzheimer’s risk gene show early biological signs of disease
Featured Research


NIH to estimate total funding needs for Alzheimer's research
Featured Research


Summit sets the path ahead for Alzheimer's treatment, prevention
Featured Research


Nations gather to coordinate global dementia research
Featured Research