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Alzheimer Disease: What's The Nose Got to Do With It?

Smell identification may be of predictive value for later Alzheimer disease . . .

Alzheimer diseases

A new study bolsters evidence that bilingualism contributes to cognitive reserve, postpones symptoms of dementia, and delays diagnosis of Alzheimer disease.

Identification of a brain circuit implicated in Alzheimer disease and schizophrenia could aid in comprehension of brain disorders and point to prevention strategies.

Study results suggest that more stimulating work environments may help people retain their cognitive abilities.

These findings advance knowledge about the link between brain inflammation and the progression of brain disorders and suggest possible targets for future treatments.

Could the common herpes simplex virus be associated with Alzheimer disease? These researchers think it is possible.

Increased orexin in this disorder is associated with disease severity, total tau protein levels, sleep impairment, and cognitive deterioration.

Why ask patients to “spit in a cup”? Statistically significant protein differences have been found in Alzheimer disease saliva, and trends have been observed for Parkinson disease.

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