New publication spotlights care for dementia-related psychosis … Drug has potential to treat heart attacks …. Statins may lower risk of post-stroke cognitive impairment … NIA to spend $73M to ‘reinvigorate’ Alzheimer’s research
Statins have a tricky link to osteoporosis. A low dose offers protection, but high doses increase risk, a new study has found.
More stroke survivors should take statins: study … Artificial intelligence helps scientists predict depression outcomes … Inflammation the likely culprit in gene linked to Parkinson’s, Crohn’s and leprosy … Parkinson’s differs in men and women: estrogen may be the reason
Similar odds of dementia-type brain lesions found in heart failure, stroke patients … It’s never too late to start statins for clogged leg arteries … New brain cells play an underappreciated role in Alzheimer’s disease … Risk of breast cancer persists after hormone therapy treatment
Healthy 75-year-olds who stop taking statins have a 33% increased risk of being sent to the hospital with cardiovascular problems, a study has found.
Statin users with dementia have a 22% lower risk of death when compared to non-users, according to new research.