The spring edition of the Alzheimer's Disease Research Review provides articles on dementia and depression, a potential new blood test to screen for Alzheimer’s, a research project to identify early midlife biomarkers for Alzheimer’s disease risk with regard to sex-based differences in brain aging and memory decline, Alzheimer's disease in women, and more.
An update on the macular degeneration drug pipeline, the signs and symptoms of age-related macular degeneration (AMD), a new clinical trial that aims to reduce the frequency of wet AMD injections, the role of sleep apnea in AMD, and more are found in the spring 2019 edition of Macular Degeneration Research News.
Learn about a new approach for memory improvement in Alzheimer's disease, a study exploring selective memory in the Alzheimer’s disease brain, research disaster preparedness for Alzheimer’s caregivers, how to reduce the risk of vascular dementia with a brain-healthy lifestyle, and more in the 2019 winter edition of Alzheimer's Disease Research Review..
The winter 2019 edition of the National Glaucoma Research Report provides answers to the top five questions asked about glaucoma, describes a new method to inhibit inflammation and prevent glaucoma, lists several apps for people with low vision, outlines a clinical research study underway to save sight from glaucoma, and more.
An oral supplement to treat advanced AMD, gene therapy for eye diseases, 5 clinical trial myth busters, summaries of 2 of the 18 new grants Macular Degeneration Research recently awarded to help fight AMD, and more are found in the fall 2018 edition of Macular Degeneration Research News.
New approaches to lowering eye pressure, a technique that may increase understanding of how glaucoma occurs, helpful information on how eye pressure is measured, lifestyle tips to promote eye health, and more are found in the fall 2018 edition of National Glaucoma Research Report.
The fall edition of the Alzheimer's Disease Research Review provides information on how improving brain blood flow could improve cogintive function in people who have Alzheimer's, the influence of genetics on Alzheimer's, a clinical trial examining the effects of physical activity on the dementia risk for older African Americans, and the uses and misuses of antipsychotic medications for managing challenging behaviors associated with Alzheimer's.
Learn about research that is focused on stopping signals that trigger blood vessel growth in wet age-related macular degeneration (AMD), how lifestyle can impact AMD, find helpful information on clinical trials, and more in the summer 2018 edition of Macular Degeneration Research News.
Advanced imaging that could lead to a screening test for Alzheimer’s disease (AD), circadian rhythms and their relationship to AD, the importance of clinical trials for developing new AD treatments, and part one of a three-part series on the challenging behaviors associated with AD are among the articles that you will find in the summer 2018 edition of the Alzheimer's Disease Research Review.
July 9, 2018
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