MDD: Closing in on the Right Drug at the Right Dose
Here: an alternative to the trial-and-error method that can boost treatment response rates.
Good Vibes About Early Diagnosis of Alzheimer Disease
Blood-based vibrational spectroscopy shows promise as a screening tool for dementia.
Crazy Work Hours Do Not Drive Dementia
A look at the impact of shift work and long hours on cognitive function.
Curb Your Enthusiasm for ACE Inhibitors in Alzheimer Disease
Recent findings challenge the notion that these agents can provide sustained protection against cognitive decline.
Updated Key to the Diagnosis of Dementia
Alzheimer disease—or dementia with Lewy bodies? Recently revised consensus criteria can help you solve this diagnostic dilemma.
Key to Prevention of Cognitive Decline in Hypertensive Patients
Although high blood pressure may put patients at risk for dementia, a class of antihypertensives appears to have a preventive effect.
Alzheimer Prevention: The Skinny on Genes and Fats
The genetics of dementia, dyslipidemia, and diabetes may hold the key to preventive therapy.
A Weapon Against Dementia in Your Coffeepot
The caffeine in your morning cup of java could pack a neuroprotective punch.
Aerobic Exercise for the Older Brain
Can cardiovascular fitness help older adults ward off dementia?
PET Shines Light on Early-Stage Alzheimer Disease
The goal of clinically relevant detection of neuropathological hallmarks may be in sight.
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