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Site updated at Wednesday, 22 June 2016

Living with Dementia

Mixed Dementia

Alzheimer’s cognitive decline slows in advanced age

The greatest risk factor for Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is advancing age. By age 85, the likelihood of developing the dreaded neurological disorder is roughly 50 percent. But researchers at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine say AD hits hardest among the “younger elderly”  -  people in their 60s and 70s -… Alzheimer’s cognitive decline slows in advanced age   



Parkinson’s Disease Dementia

early-stage parkinsons1 - beta amyloid plaques1 - treatment for huntington disease1 - brain cell damage2 - progressive neurodegenerative disorder1 - korsakoff's psychosis5 - citalopram2 - benzodiazepine1 - hyperlipidemia1 - down syndrome2 - parkinson's patients5 - micro-gliosis1 - cognitive processes2 - olanzapine1 - dementia awareness week1 - amyloid-beta peptides1 - healthy mind1 - apoplectic dementia1 - boissier de sauvages2 - cognitive changes1 - plaque in alzheimer's disease1 - amyloid-beta protein1 - dementia care4 - neuroanatomical changes1 - mycobacterium tuberculosis1 - vci1 - verbal fluency1 - granulin1 - phosphorylated alpha-synuclein1 - amyloid beta 42 peptide1 -