Media Coverage of AAIC 2016

 

 

Thursday

Best Way to Combat Alzheimer's Is a Healthy Lifestyle, Studies Show
- USA Today

Breakthroughs Beckon for Alzheimer's
- Lifezette

Wednesday

Alzheimer's Drug LMTX Falters in Final Stage of Trials
- NYT.com

Could This Computer Game Delay Alzheimer's Symptoms? New Study Suggests It Could
- The Washington Post

Promising Alzheimer's Treatment Flops in New Trial, Crushing Hopes
- STAT

TauRx Alzheimer's Drug Fails in Large Study; Some Benefit Seen
- Reuter's

Determine Early Stages of Alzheimer's Disease Through Testing the Eyes And Nose Function
- Science World Report

More Evidence in Quest to Repurpose Cancer Drugs for Alzheimer's Disease
- Medical Xpress

Eye and Smell Tests May Reveal Early Dementia Signs
- The Guardian

Here's How to Gauge Your Alzheimer's Risk
- Yahoo7 Be

Smell Test Can Reveal If You Are at Alzheimer's Risk
- Business Standard

Red Wine Molecule May Slow Alzheimer's Symptoms, Study Finds
- Fox News

Anavex Alzheimer's Drug Plays Losing Game Against Placebo Effect
- TheStreet

Experimental Tau Protein Drug Tangled Up in Late-Stage Alzheimer's Study Failure
- TheStreet

Younger Onset Alzheimer's Poorly Recognized in Men, Study Says
- United Press International

Sniffing out Alzheimer's
- Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News

New Alzheimer's Tool Could Detect the Disease Decades Before Cognitive Decline Begins
- The Science Explorer

TauRx Alzheimer's Drug Flunks Late-Stage Study
- BioPharma Dive

Research Highlights Misdiagnosis for People with Alzheimer's Disease
- Medical Xpress

University of Waterloo Researchers Behind New Diagnostic Test for Alzheimer's Disease
- CBC News

Drug 'May Slow' Alzheimer's Brain Death
- BBC News

Alzheimer's Disease Symptoms Halved by Gaming, Dementia Analysis Says
- International Business Times

Alzheimer's Disease is Harder to Diagnose in Men, Research Finds
- Nursing in Practice

Four Things to Know About Tau Therapy for Alzheimer's Disease
- NBC News

Tuesday

Does it Pass the 'Smell Test?' Seeking Ways to Diagnose Alzheimer's Early
- CNN

Could an Optician Help Diagnose Dementia? Simple Eye Scan Could Find Warning Signs of Alzheimer's Years Before People Lose Their Memory
- Daily Mail

WHO: Prevention Tops List of Dementia Research Priorities
- Healio.com

Women More Resistant to Alzheimer's Gene Effects Than Men, Study Finds
- Nature World News

Sudbury Researchers Study Indigenous Dementia
- The Sudbury Star

New Approaches to Understanding Alzheimer's and Parkinson's Disease
- Medical Xpress

How the Nose, Eyes May Hold Early Clues to Alzheimer's
- CBS News This Morning

Study Shows Having This Kind of Job Can Prevent You From Alzheimer's
- AOL Finance

Does Dementia Diagnosis Have Silver Lining for Some?
- HealthDay

2 in 10 Alzheimer's Cases May Be Misdiagnosed
- HealthDay

AAIC Data: Cognitive Training Reduces Dementia Risk by 48%
- Healio.com

Smell Test May Be Effective in Early Detection of Alzheimer's
- CTV News

These Are the Jobs that Protect Your Brain from Alzheimer's, Dementia
- Global News

Some Men Die Without Ever Knowing They Had Alzheimer's Because They 'Don't Show the Same Signs of the Disease as Women'
- Daily Mail

Alzheimer's Maverick TauRx Tries to Weave Success from Failed Trial
- Forbes

Watch Out for Brain Game Claims
- MedPage Today

This Type of Job Fights off Alzheimer's Disease
- MoneyTalksNews

Drastic Change of Personality May Indicate Early Stage of Dementia, Doctors Say
- Parent Herald

HIV Update: Researchers Report First Case of HIV-Patient Diagnosed with Dementia
- Nature World News

Monday

Will Your Job Keep You Safe From Alzheimer's? Doctors and Teachers Are 'Most Protected' From the Impacts of an Unhealthy Lifestyle
- Daily Mail

Personality Changes Could Be First Clear Sign of Dementia
- International Business Times

Brain Games, Training Programs Could Lower Alzheimer's Risk
- Tech Times

Behavior Changes May Be First Signs of Alzheimer's
- HealthDay

Could These Kind of Jobs Help Prevent Alzheimer's Disease?
- CNBC

Alzheimer's Symptoms Could Be Prevented with a Computer Game, Researchers Say. How Skeptical Should We Be?
- VOX

Computerized Brain Training Delays Dementia Development, Study Says
- UPI.com

Avoidable Alzheimer's Admissions Costly
- MedPage Today

Challenging Job May Protect Damaged Brain
- MedPage Today

Health Care Costs, Mortality Rates Lower Among Treated Patients with Alzheimer's Disease
- Healio.com

Research Suggests Symptomatic Alzheimer's Treatments May Reduce Care Costs
- Medical Xpress

Watch for These Behavioural Changes as Early Warning Signs of Dementia
- Global News

'Managing' Elderly Patients Without Powerful Antipsychotics
- HealthDay

Smell and Eye Tests May Be Next Step in Diagnosing Alzheimer's
- FOX News Health

Do This Kind of Work to Delay Alzheimer's
- Next Avenue

Jobs That Work with People, Not Just Data, Can Help Protect Against Alzheimer's
- AARP

Sunday

Personality Change May Be Early Sign of Dementia, Experts Say
- The New York Times

Brain Games Might Cut Alzheimer's Risk
- NBC Nightly News

Behavioural Changes Could Help Diagnose Dementia Early, New Research Shows
- CTV National News

Behavior Changes Offer Clues That Dementia Could Be Brewing
- Associated Press

Complex Jobs and Social Ties Appears to Help Ward Off Alzheimer's, New Research Shows
- The Washington Post

People-Oriented Jobs May Help Lower Alzheimer's Risk
- HealthDay

Could Brain Training Prevent Dementia?
- The New Yorker

Women May Be More Resilient to Effects of Alzheimer's Genes
- HealthDay

Menopause Mood Swings Could Be Sign of Dementia: Changes in Personality Among Checklist of Warning Signs that Could Herald Onset of the Condition
- Daily Mail

Stressful Job? It Might Help You Fight Off Alzheimer's
- The Telegraph

Job Complexity and Mental Speed Shown to Stave Off Alzheimer's
- The Globe and Mail

Treat Alzheimer's Patients Now, Researchers Say as Conference Opens in T.O.
- Toronto Star

Play On! In a First, Brain Training Cuts Risk of Dementia 10 Years Later
- STAT

Do Web-Based Brain Games Really Prevent Dementia and Alzheimer's Disease?
- Inquisitr

Changes in Personality, Behavior Might Be Harbinger of Dementia
- Tech Times

Brain Training May Forestall Dementia Onset for Years, New Study Says
- LA Times



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