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A new culprit in cognitive decline in Alzheimer’s disease

It has long been known that patients with Alzheimer’s disease have abnormalities in the vast network of blood vessels in the brain. Some of these alterations may also contribute to age-related cognitive decline in people without dementia....

Alzheimer’s May Have Different Trajectory for Women

Women developed more tau pathology than men with similar amyloid burden, an analysis of cross-sectional data found. Across two cohorts of older cognitively normal adults, women with higher amyloid burden showed higher entorhinal cortical...

Women’s Brains Appear Younger Than Men’s, so Why are Women More at Risk for Alzheimer’s?

We know there are differences in men and women’s brains that can translate to varied reactions to environmental, lifestyle and genetic factors. But a new study has found that women’s brains appear to be...

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