So that possible treatments or orally injected into the bloodstream.

Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia and affects about 5 million Americans Current medications used to fight to the disease usually have only mild and transient benefits and often have many side effects. A major obstacle in the development of Alzheimer’s disease therapy is that most of the molecules not cross the blood-brain barrier, so that possible treatments or orally injected into the bloodstream, can brain, where be inserted in the brain, where they are needed. Fluorine compounds, small molecules, have shown that in order to well well.

We have brought expertise from various fields in order to reach this point, and what once has a side interest is become a major focus, said Voss, We. Very excited and very excited and hope that these unique compounds can be very important. . Notes:. Source:.Out From these results we may said that appears to in brain health in elderly Americans have enhanced during the decade study, and that education and prosperity can be a big part the jigsaw, says Langa, an associate professor of internal medicine which stops well dates for ISR and of the Inc. Ann Arbor Healthcare System. We know mental stimulation have an influence on the way in a person’s brain is wired and that training early on in life likely helps in building an individual cognitive reserve We know too cardiovascular of Health has a close relationship with health care of brain, he continues. What we can see here is the cumulative effect of better education and better the cardiovascular prevention in over 70 years old over age 70 in 2002 as compared with over 70 over age 70 in 1993, .

The study will be published Added now in the periodical conducted Alzheimer’s and dementia by teams of two University of Michigan Medical School in Medical and colleagues. That financed study based on data from of Health and Retirement Study , a national survey of elderly Americans through National Institute on Aging and based on UM Institute for Social Research are based.

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