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Does intensive blood pressure control reduce dementia?


Better mouse model built to enable precision-medicine research for Alzheimer's


Abnormal RNA splicing in the aging brain may play a role in Alzheimer's disease


Loss of vision associated with loss of cognition


Researchers map how Alzheimer's pathology spreads across brain networks


New study gives insights on sedation and postoperative delirium risk in older patients


Common use of antipsychotics shown ineffective for delirium in intensive care patients


NIA releases National Recruitment Strategy to spur Alzheimer's and related dementias research


Clearing senescent cells from the brain in mice preserves cognition


Cognitive stress test predicts high levels of beta-amyloid


Could boosting lymphatic function combat age-related cognitive decline?


Imaging of brain synapses could be novel test for Alzheimer's


Alzheimer's Disease Professional Judgment Budget for FY2020 now online


Gene module is target-rich environment for Alzheimer's pathology, cognitive decline


NIA, JPND announce effort to enhance transatlantic collaboration on neurodegenerative disease research


NIH-funded scientists put socioeconomic data on the map


New tests aim to support improvements in care for those dealing with delirium


NIH-funded study finds new evidence that viruses may play a role in Alzheimer's disease


Alzheimer's-related risk gene neutralized in human brain cells


Genetic risk variants linked to Alzheimer's amyloid brain changes at different stages of disease


NIH summit delivers recommendations to accelerate therapy development for Alzheimer's disease


New biological research framework for Alzheimer's seeks to spur discovery


Disrupted sleep-wake cycle might be measure for preclinical Alzheimer's


Complexities, combinations of age-related brain conditions are challenge to combating cognitive decline


Leafy greens linked with slower age-related cognitive decline