Six stories about the devastating effects dementia can have on a couple.
The health risks (Alzheimer's?!) may not be worth the calorie savings.
According to a recent study, the sugary, fatty crap many of us Westerners eat is more likely to lead to Alzheimer’s disease.
Right now there’s no easy way to diagnose the disease.
According to new research presented at the annual American Chemical Society meeting, antioxidants found in maple syrup may protect brain cells against damage.
And now for the world’s most unlikely scientific discovery: Researchers have found that they can diagnose early Alzheimer’s disease with nothing more than a tablespoon of peanut butter and a ruler.
While the National Institute of Health spends $3 billion a year on AIDS research, and nearly $4.9 billion on cancer, for Alzheimer’s it spends only $500 million, an enormous drop off for an illness that is already widespread and growing rapidly.