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Could fasting reset the body’s clock and protect the brain against Alzheimer’s?

Workshop | The Future of Population-based Studies In Alzheimer's Disease and Related Dementias Research: Setting Future Scientific Priorities

Protein found in spinal fluid may help predict mild cognitive impairment before symptoms appear

Taking a deep dive into the Alzheimer’s brain in search of understanding and new targets

Studying the genomes of Ashkenazi Jewish people and other closely related groups may bolster Alzheimer’s research

Scientists find common brain network for substance use disorders

A potential blood test for Parkinson’s disease

Heart attacks may be linked to accelerated cognitive decline over time

Hearing aids slow cognitive decline in people at high risk

Illuminating Alzheimer’s Disease Genetic Architecture via Diversity: Alzheimer’s Disease Sequencing Project (ADSP) Diversity Initiative and Asian Cohort for Alzheimer’s Disease (ACAD)

Unique blood cells are linked to reduced Alzheimer’s disease risk

High blood glucose accelerates cognitive decline in stroke survivors

Changes in human microbiome precede Alzheimer’s cognitive declines

Study of fruit flies finds hunger causes brain changes that slow aging

Genetic variant specific to African ancestry is associated with increased Alzheimer’s risk

Study of indigenous South Americans supports a lifestyle ‘sweet spot’ for aging brain health

Daily multivitamin may enhance memory in older adults

NIH AD/ADRD platforms workshop: FAIRness within and across data infrastructures

Changes in the retina linked to stages of Alzheimer’s disease

The NIA Oral Health and Alzheimer’s and Related Dementias Workshop

Beyond the brain: The gut microbiome and Alzheimer’s disease

Case study unlocks clues to rare resilience to Alzheimer’s disease

Workshop: Gaps and opportunities related to clinical detection of limbic-predominant age-related TDP-43 encephalopathy (LATE)

Insomnia drug may lower levels of Alzheimer’s proteins

Study of mouse neurons uncovers novel therapeutic role of removing a genetic variant in the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease

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