Researchers still don’t have a treatment or cure for Alzheimer’s, but they’re coming closer to being able to predict who will develop the disease that robs the minds of millions of Americans every year.
Having diabetes or prediabetes in midlife is linked to memory problems later in life, according to new research published in Annals of Internal Medicine. In fact, diabetes appears to age the brain about five years faster than normal aging.
A blood test that can predict whether someone with memory problems will develop Alzheimer's disease may be available in as little as two years, British researchers announced today.
Kris Kristofferson's career as a singer-songwriter spans nearly 50 years, and his career as an actor nearly that, so it saddened me a little to learn that he's struggling just a bit with memory loss.
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