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A new strategy for Alzheimer’s disease treatment targets cell-wide protein malfunction

Scientists use human-derived brain cells to develop more realistic ‘disease-in-a-dish’ models of Alzheimer’s

Physical activity associated with slower cognitive decline in people with high levels of tau protein

Precision medicine data dive shows water pill may be viable to test as Alzheimer’s treatment

Tooth loss in older adults linked to higher risk of dementia

3 studies link hearing loss with less physical activity among older adults

Workshop: Is there a causative role for infectious agents in Alzheimer’s Disease?

4th Annual NIA-AA Symposium: Enabling Precision Medicine for AD Through Open Science

PSAP gene found important for a neuron’s survival

Hormone links exercise with cognitive benefits

NIH expands Alzheimer’s and related dementias centers research network

Los NIH amplían la red de los Centros de Investigación de la Enfermedad de Alzheimer y las Demencias Relacionadas

Drug that boosts brain’s cleansing system improved symptoms in Alzheimer’s mouse model

A high level of APOE in neurons may predict neurodegeneration, Alzheimer’s

Study tests two drug treatments for early-onset Alzheimer’s disease

Lifestyle slows brain atrophy among indigenous Amazonian people

NIH unveils new online tool to improve Alzheimer’s clinical trials recruitment

New genetically modified mouse model mimics multiple aspects of human Alzheimer’s disease

Diet may affect risk of sudden cardiac death

NIH Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias Professional Judgment Budget for FY2023 now online

Study finds differences in APOE ɛ4 expression based on genetic ancestry

Aging neurons prioritize essential genes when repairing DNA

Rebooting immune cells’ metabolism shields the aging brain in mice

Alzheimer’s Disease Genetics Symposium open for registration

Mouse study suggests that repairing brain protein production could counteract Alzheimer’s disease