Antidepressant May Slow Progression of Alzheimer’s Disease

According to research by the Washington University School of Medicine, published in Science Translational Medicine, a common antidepressant can reduce the production of brain plaques. Brain plaques correlate closely with memory problems and other cognitive impairments caused by Alzheimer’s disease.  Stopping plaque buildup is believed to help halt the mental decline of Alzheimer’s patients.  Scientists […]

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Amino Acids Improve Sleep in Mice with Traumatic Brain Injury

Amino Acids Improve Sleep in Mice with Traumatic Brain Injury  A study by Oregon Health and Science University, published in Science Translational Medicine, discovered a way to fix sleep disturbances in mice suffering from traumatic brain injury.  These results are important, because people commonly experience long-term and severe sleep and wakefulness issues after suffering concussions, […]

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Controlling length of mitochondria may cure Alzheimer’s diseases

In a recent study, scientists at the Queensland Brain Institute (QBI) at the University of Queensland and Harvard University have found in their research that the length of the mitochondria may be related to Alzheimer’s treatment. Mitochondria are organelles that metabolize energy for the all the cells. The scientists found in cases where there were […]

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