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Workshop: Traffic!! Health impacts on aging

Investigation of "well-established" risk factors for cognitive decline and Alzheimer’s disease in Black Americans, plus a call for health equity research

Gut microbes may affect motivation to exercise

Blood test for early Alzheimer’s detection

Alzheimer’s progression in Down syndrome appears similar to other genetic, early onset forms of the disease

Alzheimer’s tied to cholesterol, abnormal nerve insulation

Immune cells control waste clearance in the brain

Vision impairment is associated with as many as 100,000 U.S. dementia cases

Scientists uncover a possible genetic tie between brain blood vessel damage and Alzheimer’s disease

Potential contributor to sex differences in Alzheimer’s risk

Workshop: The Cancer-Alzheimer’s disease nexus: Exploring relationships, mechanisms, and therapeutic implications

Increased financial generosity linked to lower cognition and may be an early indicator of Alzheimer’s disease

Daily multivitamin may improve cognition in older adults

The Division of Neuroscience is hiring!

Large-scale study of brain proteins uncovers new clues to Alzheimer’s disease

Toward Health Equity in Brain Aging: Nontraditional Data Sources and Innovative Tools

Scientists show how electronic medical records may be used to learn more about Alzheimer’s disease

Genetic risk factors that underlie depression may also drive Alzheimer’s disease

Brain stimulation can affect memory in older adults

Exposure to green space may boost cognitive health

Science update: NIH-developed multidimensional MRI can detect “invisible” brain injuries, studies suggest

Learning to control microglia using CRISPR

Midlife cholesterol and blood sugar levels may be risk factors for Alzheimer’s disease

Nearly 40% of older adult brains studied showed signs of LATE pathology

Cerebrospinal fluid from young mice improved memory in older mice

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