Researchers report the results of MRI scans and psychological testing show marked improvements in memory for ten Alzheimer's patients following treatments with programmatic and personalized therapy.
A 20 year study finds regular exercise during mid-life appears to be a key protector against memory decline in later years.
A combination of neuroimaging and long term memory tests could help with the early diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease, researchers report.
Researchers have identified a unique memory suppressor gene that may be useful for developing new treatments for Alzheimer's disease.
Researchers believe many patients showing signs of dementia are being too quickly diagnose with Alzheimer's disease, when they may actually be suffering from frontotemporal dementia, thus delaying appropriate treatment.
Researchers have discovered a gene that could help to identify marijuana users most at risk for developing symptoms of psychosis. The study also reports female users are more susceptible to short term memory loss than males.