Category: Alzheimer’s disease

Mind Your Diet

For preserving memory and health, pick berries and other nutritious foods. Summer is the best time to enjoy the season’s freshest blueberries, blackberries and boysenberries. Along with strawberries, these antioxidant-rich...

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Two Tests to Skip

The following tests are sometimes recommended by doctors even though research shows they are inaccurate or have no effect on treatment options. Alzheimer’s   One genetic tests screens for an early onset form of the...

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Test For Alzheimer’s?

Tests for the three genes known to cause rare, early-onset Alzheimer’s disease, which usually strikes before age 61, can help doctors make a diagnosis.  For the much more common Alzheimer’s that develops later in...

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Scan For Alzheimer’s?

An amyloid PET scan can show the amount of brain plaques (abnormal clumps of the amyloid protein) in the brain. Large amounts of plaques are often (but not always) associated with Alzheimer’s disease, and their absence...

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