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New research from Dr. Margaret Traber at Oregon State University suggests that vitamin E regulates the brain’s ability to receive and use a type of omega-3 fatty acid, DHA.

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A new study suggests that the ability of B vitamins to slow brain shrinking (atrophy) may depend on long-chain omega-3 fatty acids.

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New research pokes a major hole in theories that power lines or electric household appliances could cause Alzheimer’s disease.

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New research from the Rush Memory and Aging Project suggests that following the MIND diet may cut Alzheimer’s disease risk by 50%.

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Scientists have reported exciting new results that stroke risk in some people can be reduced by folate supplements.

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We’ve added comment functions at the bottom of all of our Natural Products and Supplement reports on Cognitive Vitality.

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2014 was a transformational year at the Alzheimer’s Drug Discovery Foundation (ADDF). Here are some exciting developments from our program on Aging and Alzheimer’s Prevention.  

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Feb 16, 2015

The ADDF creates the CAPA Consortium, a group focused on optimizing how existing observational data is used to answer questions about actionable strategies for dementia prevention.

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Jan 22, 2015

People who sit for prolonged periods of time may have a higher risk of mortality and several age-related diseases—even if they exercise— according to a new meta-analysis of 47 studies (1).  

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