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Welcome To Our eNewsletter ~ May 2018 Vol III

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Medical News Today: Researchers suggest that we become more easily distracted as we age, and that it's all down to a part of our brains called the locus coeruleus. Could this advance our understanding of Alzheimer's disease? READ MORE

Science Daily: Similar to how protein clumps build up in the brain in people with some neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases, protein clumps appear to accumulate in the diseased hearts of mice and people with heart failure. READ MORE

Market Watch: Dementia can be isolating for everyone. The one suffering from the disease, his family or friends. But it doesn’t have to be that way. When people with dementia resist constant solitude, they end up experiencing a better quality of life than if they kept to themselves (intentionally or because they were abandoned). Social engagement, maintaining strong relationships and feeling good physically and mentally lead to a higher quality of life than agitation or apathy and poor mental or physical health. READ MORE

Cosmos Magazine: Hopes of a cure for Alzheimer’s disease being on the horizon took a blow when drug giant Pfizer announced in January that, after two decades and millions of dollars spent, it was pulling the plug on Alzheimer’s research. Pfizer’s research had focused on trying to clear away brain deposits of a protein called amyloid beta. Some researchers think those deposits might have been the wrong target. Others think trials failed because treatments started too late, and because people who were selected for treatment might not all have been suffering from Alzheimer’s disease. The latest strategy is to try to select people who show diagnostic markers of an earlier stage of Alzheimer’s disease. It is known as the Alzheimer’s prodrome. READ MORE

Country Living: Daffodils are not only beautiful flowers and a fitting symbol of spring, but may also hold the key to the fight against dementia. A Welsh sheep farmer is growing daffodils that contain unusually high levels of galantamine, a compound which is known to slow the progress of Alzheimer's disease. In fact, Kevin Stephens’ flowers could be used to help more than 225,000 patients who suffer from the degenerative disease. READ MORE

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