In Alzheimer’s disease, the nucleoskeleton protecting brain cells has been found to be highly disordered. The disruption of the skeleton is caused by cell death, which is commonly seen in Alzheimer’s disease.
The lamin nucleoskeleton surrounds the nucleus, which is… Read More
Sleep issues are common with seniors, and research suggests that not only does aging lead to sleep disruptions in seniors, but Alzheimer’s disease does, too.
Lack of sleep can become so overwhelming you might find that you can’t participate in… Read More
Schizophrenia and Alzheimer’s disease risk is linked to brain inflammation, according to a study published in the American Journal of Psychiatry. The researchers found that immune cells are more active in the brains of individuals in high-risk group for… Read More
As if Alzheimer’s disease is not scary enough, new reports suggest it can be a contagious, transmissible infection. In a breakthrough experiment, researchers in London show evidence that amyloid – the Alzheimer’s protein – may have been passed on… Read More