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Dementia and Comorbid Diabetes and Depression
Dementia and Comorbid Diabetes and Depression
Dementia is linked to comorbid diabetes and psychiatric conditions like depression, according to research from University College London.
Is Pulse Pressure Linked with Neurodegeneration Before Onset of Dementia?
Vascular aging may play a substantial role in the pathogenesis of Alzheimer’s disease (AD), and brachial artery pulse pressure is a well-established marker of vascular aging.
Q&A With Andrew Stephens of Piramal Imaging: Looking to the Future of Alzheimer's Treatment
A lot of work is being put into developing ways to diagnose and treat patients with Alzheimer's Disease now. Even as work for the present is being done researchers are are also looking toward the future and what could be coming down the road.
Q&A With Andrew Stephens of Piramal Imaging: Using Imaging to Diagnose Alzheimer's Disease
The understanding of Alzheimer's Disease has shown a lot of progression in recent years. One area that has not found a definitive new direction is diagnosis, which typically can only be done through autopsy. New technology could allow doctors to see the disease before it affects a person's life.
Q&A With David Holtzman, MD, FAAN: Treating Alzheimer's Disease Beyond the Patient
For patients with Alzheimer's Disease, as their condition worsens it often falls on other members of their family to make decisions about their course of treatment. What they are expected to do and how they make certain decisions can have long lasting impacts on the care of the people with the disease.

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