Time (July 23, 2015): How Exercise Helps Curb Alzheimer’s Symptoms

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Time (July 23, 2015): How Exercise Helps Curb Alzheimer’s Symptoms

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Thu, 07/23/2015

At the annual Alzheimer’s Association International Conference in July 2015, scientists report some encouraging news about the benefits of exercise. In the first studies to look at physical activity among people already diagnosed with the early stagSee Original Article

Harvard Medical School News (July 15, 2015): Sugar-Coated

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Wed, 07/15/2015

Type 2 diabetes is known to put individuals at risk for numerous health complications. Now, a study led by researchers at Harvard Medical School and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center sheds new light on the often-overlooked toll that diabetes canSee Original Article

National Institute on Aging (July 8, 2015): New Pay Line for Alzheimer's Awards

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Wed, 07/08/2015

We will be posting a new pay line for Alzheimer’s research, and I want to alert you to two important facts around it. First, the new pay lines are nine percentage points higher than our general RPG pay line and show advantages in other lines too,See Original Article

Time (June 10, 2015): Mental and Social Activity Delays the Symptoms of Alzheimer’s

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Wed, 06/10/2015

There’s evidence that such activities do little to change the underlying drivers of Alzheimer’s, but doctors say they delay symptoms.

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