According to a recent observational study, if you want to keep dementia away, you need to focus on lutein, zeaxanthin and beta-cryptoxanthin.
According to a recent study, our gut problems make it easy for a very harmful neurotoxin BF-LPS to enter the brain and contribute to the development and progression of Alzheimer’s.
Researchers of a recent observational study found that a bioactive compound, called pelargonidin, which is the most abundant in strawberries, may lead to less formation of tau tangles in the brain.
A recent study looked at 2 forms of cognitive training that are used to help people with mild cognitive impairment to improve their memory and learning: mnemonic strategy training and spaced retrieval training.
A recent study not only confirmed the relationship between Alzheimer’s and gut disorders, but also found an explanation for this relationship. It turned out that there is a genetic link between two of them.
A recent international study has established a clear relationship between high-fat diet and worsening of cognitive abilities, including developing anxiety, depression and progression of Alzheimer’s disease.
The results of a recent study have shown that the non-invasive stimulation of the corneal surface of the eye (also known as Transcorneal Electrical Stimulation) can reduce depression-like symptoms and improve cognition in animal models.
A recent small study investigated a behaviour of 67 older adults aged 69 (on average) without dementia or any other brain health issues. The participants had to decide whether to give money to an anonymous person or keep it for themselves. In addition, they completed a number of cognitive and neuropsychological tests. The last onces […]
Researchers of a recent study have found that niacin (also known as vitamin B3) slows down the progression of Alzheimers in a mouse model. Niacin seems to change microglia response to amyloid plaques.
According to a recent study, checking your cholesterol and glucose levels at the age of 35 may prevent from getting Alzheimer’s later in life.