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Time: Monday marks Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, a holiday that had a rocky path to establishment. Although King was assassinated in 1968, legislation designating the third Monday in January—near his Jan. 15 birthday—as a legal holiday to honor him did not pass until 1983. The first year the U.S. observed the holiday was 1986, when the day fell on Jan. 20. READ MORE

Medical News Today: Anxiety disorders are common across the United States, thought to affect around 40 million adults each year. However, as if these feelings of worry and fear aren't enough to contend with, a new study suggests that older people who have worsening anxiety symptoms may be more likely to develop Alzheimer's disease. READ MORE

Washington Post: The first days of 2018 have been a bleak reminder of how tough it is to develop drugs for some of the world's most frightening diseases, which rob people of their memories, abilities and personalities. In the span of one week, pharma giant Pfizer announced it was ending its internal efforts to develop new drugs for Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease. Axovant Sciences announced that its experimental drug, which late last year failed an Alzheimer's trial, had also failed to treat a different form of dementia. READ MORE

Medical XPress: A retinal scan technique, developed by researchers in the University's Center for Drug Design (CDD), has the potential to detect AD in its early stages, when treatment may still be possible, and also to allow doctors to trace the progress of treatments and help the 100,000 Minnesotans with AD and their families. READ MORE

Medscape: According to researchers behind a meta-analysis recently published in the Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry,[2] this has increased the pressure to identify any modifiable risk factors that could potentially intervene in this devastating neurologic illness. With this goal in mind, they surveyed data from 15 observational studies and over 800,000 participants to assess the impact of one such factor: marital status. READ MORE

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