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WebMD: Stigma surrounding Alzheimer's disease may discourage Americans from learning about their risk and from joining clinical trials for potential new treatments, a small survey reveals. "We found that concerns about discrimination and overly harsh judgments about the severity of symptoms were most prevalent," lead researcher Shana Stites said in an Alzheimer's Association news release. READ MORE

Medical News Today: Antibodies that can remove toxic protein plaques in the brains of mice may lead to treatments that halt the brain damage caused by Alzheimer's disease. This was the conclusion that researchers came to after investigating antibodies that target the apolipoprotein E (APOE) protein in a mouse model of Alzheimer's disease. READ MORE

Forbes: Fear of getting Alzheimer's disease, or dementia has overtaken fear of developing cancer among our aging population. There are numerous treatments for cancer, some offering true hope of mitigating the diseases. The same is not true for Alzheimer's. There is still too much we just don't know. Treatment is in discussion among many researchers but little of it has been successful, except that which involves major lifestyle change. Over 5.5 million people are diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease in the U.S. now and a huge rise in that number is expected by 2030. READ MORE

Parade: General Hospital, which celebrates its 55th anniversary on April 1 [but will run a special a themed episode on March 30], has never shied away from tackling difficult issues, like its HIV/AIDS-related storylines; tolerance and understanding for gay, lesbian and transgender people; bipolar disorder; portrayals of tobacco, drug and alcohol addiction; breast cancer awareness; child abuse and organ donation. Now, in its 55th year, it is tackling the subject of Alzheimer’s Disease, which affects an estimated 47 million people and is the fifth leading cause of death in those aged 65 or older. It is a subject that touches so many, and General Hospital is giving it a personal touch by making it into a story for Sonny Corinthos (Maurice Benard) and his father Mike Corbin (Max Gail). READ MORE

The Sentinel: Dear Doctor: I'm 84 and live in a big city. I try to walk as many places as I can, but I've read that air pollution may shorten the lifespan of seniors. Should I stay inside instead? Dear Reader: As we enter our later years, we become increasingly vulnerable to health issues like chronic illness and infection, and to the negative effects of environmental factors like air pollution. At the same time, our immune systems are changing. As they become less robust, we lose the ability to respond to and recover from adverse conditions. READ MORE

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