Alzheimer Disease & Dementia
40% of people with dementia are still driving.
Low and high serum magnesium levels were shown to be associated with increased risk of all-cause dementia.
Intepirdine did not meet efficacy endpoints in a Phase 3 trial for Alzheimer disease.
More research is needed on the correlation between personality and Alzheimer disease biomarkers.
Antidepressant prescription within 6 months of dementia diagnosis was associated with a significant increase in risk of mortality.
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