In the News - March 2022
Today, we wanted to share some articles that we found important in our ongoing research for better ways to help those suffering from Alzheimer's, Dementia, or Traumatic Brain Injury
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Some of the World's Lowest Rates of Dementia Found in Amazonian Indigenous Groups
Mar. 9, 2022 — A new study reveals that two indigenous groups in the Bolivian Amazon have among the lowest rates of dementia in the world. An international team of ...
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Could Leaky Blood Vessels in the Brain Be a Culprit in Alzheimer’s Disease?
Mar. 10, 2022 — Researchers report that they found high levels of the protein Fli-1 in the brains of deceased Alzheimer's patients. Blocking Fli-1's action in a ...
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How Does the Brain Make Memories?
Mar. 7, 2022 — Researchers have discovered two types of brain cells that play a key role in dividing continuous human experience into distinct segments that can be recalled later. The discovery provides new promise ...
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