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Alzheimer's Disease, Dementia & Cognitive Disorders

Low-cost, noninvasive cognitive testing may help identify people at risk of progressing to the first stage of Alzheimer’s disease, according to a study published online in Biological Psychiatry.
Consuming more food and drink with the antioxidant flavonol is associated with a smaller chance of developing Alzheimer’s dementia years later, researchers reported in Neurology.
Cognitive aging appears to occur more rapidly in people with psychotic disorders, compared with peers without such disorders, according to a study that followed 445 people for 2 decades after their first psychotic disorder hospitalization.
Biogen Inc revived plans on Tuesday to seek U.S. approval for Alzheimer's treatment aducanumab, surprising investors and saying data from more patients in two discontinued studies showed the drug reduced the decline of patients.
Maladaptive personality traits while in high school may be independent risk factors for dementia a half-century later, according to a study published online in JAMA Psychiatry.
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