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EDT Embargo expired: 6/12/2013 2:00 PM EDT Source Newsroom: Newswise Scientists at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have measured a significant and potentially pivotal difference between the brains of patients with an inherited
EDT Source Newsroom: Newswise Multiple drug classes commonly prescribed for common medical conditions are capable of influencing the onset and progression of Alzheimer's disease, according to researchers at The Mount Sinai Medical Center.
It was one of those ';Eureka'; moments in the lab of University of the Pacific scientist Dr. Mamoun Alhamadsheh. ';I don't believe this, I had to repeat this and I had to repeat this personally because I didn't trust what the student was doing,'; Dr.
Unfortunately, what seems to be happening is what happens almost every time that the word "Alzheimer's" is mentioned along with a small molecule. As Nature reports here , further studies are delivering puzzling results. The original work , from the
A potential new drug for an inherited form of heart failure has been discovered by a team including scientists at The Scripps Research Institute. The study builds on previous work on the disease, published a year ago . The drug candidate, called AG10,
Last year, a study publicized that a cancer drug has the ability to fight the Alzheimer’s disease in mice. Four independent teams of scientists set out to conduct studies and came forward with a conclusion. The results were not as was
has been rolling out diabetes and oncology drugs of late. In this video, David Williamson highlights Lilly's Alzheimer's drugs. Recently, Lilly bought two German imaging companies for undisclosed sums. It's not clear what these companies will do, but
Controlling or preventing risk factors such as hypertension early in life may limit or delay brain changes Dr. Karen Rodrigue, PhD, assistant professor, Center for Vital Longevity, UT Dallas, lead author of study along with colleges
Perhaps there is no beverage studied for health benefits more than green tea. It has been established as having anti-aging properties, promoting cardiovascular health, protecting against diabetes, reversing chronic fatigue syndrome, and exhibiting
Source Newsroom: The research was supported by NIH (U01 AG024904, P30 AG010129, K01 AG030514, AG029949, and AG034189). The authors report no financial or other conflict of interest. The Taub Institute for Research on Alzheimer's Disease and the Aging