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Science Alert: As scientists continue to try to understand Alzheimer's and how it might be cured, new research has uncovered an intriguing link between the condition and some degenerative eye diseases, including glaucoma. While it's much too early to say Alzheimer's causes eye defects (or vice versa), the research might open up new avenues for spotting the brain disease earlier – if someone checks in at the doctor's with an eye complaint, for example. READ MORE

Time: Lowering Your Blood Pressure Could Reduce Alzheimer’s Risk, New Research Shows: Margaret Daffodil Graham tries to live a healthy life, particularly since she has a health issue that requires constant attention. Like more than 100 million other Americans, the 74-year-old from Winston-Salem, N.C., has high blood pressure, and she has been taking medication to control it since she was in her 30s. READ MORE

Forbes: Many theories abound about the causes of this dreaded disease and none are universally accepted. What we do know is that it is a very complex disease with several likely causes. We all see Alzheimer's disease in someone we know or hear about. Well over 5 million people in the U.S. are diagnosed now and many more probably will develop the disease as we age and live longer than ever.One of the likely causes we now know is environmental, including exposure to heavy metals. Research reveals the damaging effect of exposure to such heavy metals as lithium, aluminum and cadmium on our brains. READ MORE

Page Six: Nichelle Nichols, best known for playing Lieutenant Uhura in “Star Trek,” has been diagnosed with dementia. According to Nichols’ conservatorship documents obtained by TMZ, the 85-year-old has “moderate progressive dementia.” READ MORE

Healthline: Dialysis is a life-saving treatment that turns potentially fatal kidney diseases into manageable illnesses. But new research finds that dialysis may also increase the risk of dementia. According to the National Kidney Foundation, more than a half-million Americans rely on kidney dialysis to survive. However, a new study published today in the Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology (CJASN) finds that this treatment may also increase the risk of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease in older adults, particularly women and minorities. READ MORE

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