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Tag: Alzheimer’s disease


‘Historic breakthrough Alzheimer patients around the globe have been awaiting’


What you need to know about yet another study on Alzheimer’s and exercise


Shameless Alzheimer’s sales pitch masquerades as solid science


Podcast: The problematic promise of a ‘cure’ for Alzheimer’s disease

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How the ‘optimism’ narrative in Alzheimer’s helps the drug industry and harms patients

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Many questions linger about this possible Alzheimer’s treatment. So why the avalanche of news coverage?


Motherhood affects Alzheimer’s risk? Here’s what you need to know


‘$7.9 trillion’ savings from earlier Alzheimer’s diagnosis: Is there a hidden agenda behind the numbers?


Daytime sleepiness and Alzheimer’s risk: What you need to know


5-Star Friday: ‘A step away from the norm of the daily drumbeat’