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Newsweek: Scientists have found a link between high blood pressure and tangles in the brain seen in those with Alzheimer’s disease. Characterized by blood pushing against the walls of the arteries at too high a force for a prolonged period of time, high blood pressure is a common condition. Around 75 million, or one in three, adults in the U.S. have high blood pressure—or hypertension—according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. READ MORE

News-Medical.Net: Scientists have discovered a "Big Bang" of Alzheimer's disease - the precise point at which a healthy protein becomes toxic but has not yet formed deadly tangles in the brain. A study from UT Southwestern's O'Donnell Brain Institute provides novel insight into the shape-shifting nature of a tau molecule just before it begins sticking to itself to form larger aggregates. The revelation offers a new strategy to detect the devastating disease before it takes hold and has spawned an effort to develop treatments that stabilize tau proteins before they shift shape. READ MORE

Esquire: Years ago, when I was writing a book about Alzheimer’s disease, many of the family members and caregivers with whom I spoke told me that one of the hardest accommodations involved in the disease was to convince the patient to give up the car keys. Maybe it’s because driving a car has come to mean so much about being an American, that it’s so much a part of our identity growing up and that it is the very definition of being an adult in this country. READ MORE

Psych Central: Australian scientists have failed to find evidence that vitamin D can act as a protective neurological agent. The findings are contrary to suggestions that higher levels of vitamin D can provide protection from brain disorders. READ MORE

Global News: Everyone has those moments when they can’t remember where they put their keys or why they wandered into a particular aisle at the grocery store, but at a certain age, how can you tell the difference between regular memory loss and the signs of Alzheimer’s? READ MORE

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