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CBS News: Although their goal was to find a cure for diabetes, scientists may have stumbled onto a potential new lead in the search for a medication to help treat the devastating effects of Alzheimer's disease, CBS Boston reports. The research in lab mice is a long way from being proven to work in humans, but the scientists touted what they call "very promising" findings. READ MORE

ABC News: In an exclusive essay for ABC News, Karen Wilder opens up about her 35-year marriage to the late actor and activist Gene Wilder. The “Young Frankenstein” star died last year at the age of 83, after battling Alzheimer's disease in the final years of his life. Wilder discusses some of the trials and tribulations caregivers or spouses can experience when caring for someone living with the debilitating disease. These are her words: I never pictured myself marrying a movie star. I also never saw myself spending years of my life taking care of one. But I’ve done both. Love was the reason for the first. Alzheimer’s disease, the second. READ MORE

Health Day News: The evidence of benefit for different types of interventions to prevent late-life dementia is limited, according to four reviews published online in the Annals of Internal Medicine. READ MORE

Scientific American: When I entered the cognitive neuroscience doctoral program at the University of Trento (Italy) in 2011, I had the opportunity to start investigating this question. India's Vedic Sanskrit pandits train for years to orally memorize and exactly recite 3,000-year old oral texts ranging from 40,000 to over 100,000 words. We wanted to find out how such intense verbal memory training affects the physical structure of their brains. READ MORE


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