Dutch and German scientists have now found a way to accurately detect early-onset Alzeheimer's Disease and consequently develop medication that can be administered more effectively earlier on.
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German scientists have shown in a study that a genetic predisposition for the age-related form of Alzheimer's disease influences the brain at an early stage.
Research into enzyme functions in the worm caenorhabditis elegans puts University of Tübingen on the track towards new drugs against Alzheimer's disease and dementia.
If a doctor diagnoses someone with Alzheimer’s disease, it is often too late. The condition has progressed too far to be treated. The scientists Dr. […]
Scientists have come one step closer to answering the question of what causes Alzheimer’s disease. Apparently, this involves changes in protein structures in the brain. […]
As early as 2017, Japanese researchers from Kyushu University in Fukuoka discovered in a study a connection between bad teeth and Alzheimer’s. They collected data […]
Every second three seconds, someone in the world develops dementia. However, reaching the diagnosis takes a long time, on average around 14 months. In people […]
Anyone who has had to deal with inflammatory diseases knows how difficult it is to find suitable forms of therapy. However, healing treatments for atherosclerosis, […]
Dementia – the still incurable, continuous deterioration of the brain due to the death of brain cells – is associated with the loss of memory […]
Researchers at IST Austria have succeeded in rejuvenating a mouse brain. Using microglial cells, they restored the plasticity that is present in early childhood development.
This week, one of our best-read stories was the one about lymphocytes that can predict that you will get sick. What is the latest on the predictive power of algorithms in healthcare?
With the first cow's breast milk, BioNatIn makes products for a faster recovery after illness, among other things. Their secret: keep it as cold as possible.
Scientists have long been aware of a link between the gut microbiome and the central nervous system (CNS). Until now, however, the immune cells that […]
The University of Cambridge has succeeded in using artificial intelligence, brain scans and memory tests to develop an algorithm that can recognize Alzheimer's at an early stage.
In the EU-funded RobustSynapses project, researchers studied the synapses where many brain diseases begin - and found new targets for treatments.
A video game paired with a fitness device is yielding very encouraging results for elderly people with dementia, according to a study by KU Leuven and ETH Zurich.
The current drugs for Parkinson's disease have only limited effects are often accompanied by unwanted side effects. Dutch researchers have developed a new inhibitor that seems very promising.
Researchers from Mainz, Wuppertal and Witten in Germany have developed high-resolution tomography that could be used in COVID-19, Alzheimer's disease and cancer.
A new test can detect cancer at an early stage in bodily fluids. The test will be cheaper and more efficient than biopsies currently used in cancer diagnoses.
Hans Duisters (Sioux Technologies) is building a safe landing site for Dutch companies in Suzhou