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ABC News: "Remarkable" -- that’s how researchers are describing the results of a new study done on mice displaying traits associated with Alzheimer's disease. The deletion of just a single enzyme saw the near total reversal of the deposition of amyloid plaques found in brains of those with Alzheimer's, improving cognitive functions in the mouse subjects, according to the study from researchers at the Cleveland Clinic. READ MORE

Science Daily: A drug used to slow cognitive decline in Alzheimer's disease could offer clues on how drugs might one day be able to reverse brain changes that affect learning and memory in teens and young adults who binge drink. READ MORE

Neurology Advisor: Becca R. Levy, PhD, from the Yale School of Public Health in New Haven, CT, and colleagues examined whether culture-acquired positive age beliefs are associated with a reduced risk of developing dementia among older individuals, including APOE ε4 carriers. Data were included from a cohort of 4765 Health and Retirement Study participants aged 60 years and older and dementia-free at baseline. READ MORE

Reuters: Older adults with dementia may be less likely to get in car crashes when they’re required to renew their driver’s licenses in person, a U.S. study suggests. Laws requiring doctors to report dementia patients and get their licenses revoked didn’t appear to influence the proportion of crash hospitalizations involving people with dementia, however, researchers report in the journal Neurology. READ MORE

Time: The third Monday of February, which many Americans know as Presidents’ Day, is supposed to be a time to remember George Washington’s Feb. 22 birthday. And few would argue that the first U.S. president doesn’t deserve to be remembered; likewise for Abraham Lincoln, whose Feb. 12 birthday is also remembered by many on the same day. But, while Presidents’ Day may be well and good in terms of historical recognition, Washington and Lincoln hardly need a special day to stay uppermost in Americans’ memories. For other presidents, the matter of memorability is quite a different story, two recent studies have shown. READ MORE

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