Researchers use peanut butter as a new tool to diagnose early stage Alzheimer's disease.
Researchers have identified a potential new biomarker for cognitive decline associated with Alzheimer's disease. The study reports fibrinogen, a blood clotting protein, causes a series of molecular events that may trigger the destruction of connections between neurons, resulting in cognitive decline.
Specific patterns of frontal brainwaves during everyday memory tasks help researchers to predict a patient's risk for developing mild cognitive impairment within five years.
A new test reveals an association between poor lifestyle choices and an increased risk of cognitive decline leading to dementia.
A diet that consists of at least half a serving of flavonoid-rich foods per day reduces the risk of cognitive decline in older adults by 20%.
Combining aerobic exercise with the heart-healthy DASH diet improved the ability to think, recall, and make decisions in older people who experienced cognitive decline and mild cognitive impairment.
Finding could point the way to new therapies to extend life and enhance healthy aging in humans.
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Researchers have developed a new machine learning algorithm that can make accurate predictions about cognitive decline leading to Alzheimer's. The algorithm, researchers say, may help doctors stream people onto a preventative path and offer treatment sooner.