Latest news from AAIC 2012

18 July 2012 - This week we are following the latest findings being presented at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference (AAIC) in Vancouver, Canada.

News from 18 July 2012

New Research Reported at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference Advances Validation of New Diagnostic Guidelines

New Results from Four Alzheimer's and Dementia Clinical Trials Highlight "Developing Topics" Reports at AAIC 2012

Newly Reported Research Advances from the Alzheimer's Association International Conference 2012

Late-Life Binge Drinking and Other Patterns of Alcohol Use May Increase Risk of Cognitive Decline

News from 17 July 2012

Alzheimer's Treatment Study Reports Three Years with No Decline in Memory and Function

New Methods Reported for Safely and Accurately Disclosing Alzheimer's Disease Risk based on Newly Approved Tests

News from 16 July 2012

International Panel Reports First Global Harmonized Protocol for Measuring Key Brain Region Tied to Memory

New Model of Alzheimer's Derived From Skin Cells of People With the Disease

New Research Links Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) to Increased Isolation and Risk of Death

Sleep Duration, Sleep Disorders, and Circadian Patterns are Risk Factors and Indicators of Cognitive Decline

News from 15 July 2012

Four Clinical Trials Further Clarify the Role of Physical Activity in Cognitive Function and Dementia

New Research Indicates Gait Changes Could Signal Increased Risk for Cognitive Impairment

Four Researchers Receive Lifetime Achievement Awards at Alzheimer's Association International Conference

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