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A new study in mice reports that salsalate, an old arthritis drug, may reduce and prevent the toxic tau pathology of Alzheimer’s and other diseases. Will it help patients as well? A pilot trial is underway to answer that very question.

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Sep 03, 2015

An innovative new trial will test if a common drug can increase health span by delaying age-related diseases.

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Today marks the launch of the newest section of Cognitive Vitality, “Reducing your risks,” with information on the evidence that reducing or managing lifestyle and environmental exposures may lower your risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias.

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Highlights of new techologies addressing dementia

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Jul 17, 2015

The ADDF science team will be attending this year’s Alzheimer’s Association International Conference

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New research suggests intermittent fasting with a patented diet may benefit body and brain.

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We've recently added new reports on TA-65, astragalus, berberine and huperzine A!

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New findings link a lifetime of cognitive stimulation with improved cognitive abilities in healthy older adults but not with biological markers of Alzheimer’s disease

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New research suggests brain amyloid may interfere with sleep.

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A new small clinical trial suggests daily intake of orange juice may improve cognition in older adults

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