Has Stanford University found a cure for Alzheimer's disease?
Alzheimer's could be prevented and even cured by boosting the brain's own immune response, scientists at Stanford University believe. Researchers discovered that nerve cells die because cells which are supposed to clear the brain of bacteria, viruses and dangerous deposits, stop working. These cells, called 'microglia' function well when people are young, but when they age, a single protein called EP2 stops them operating efficiently. (By Sarah Knapton, Science Editor) The Te
Take Action: Call on Congress to Act Today. Currently there are more than 5 million Americans living with Alzheimer's disease and that number will only continue to rise as our nation's population ages. That's why I'm asking Congress to increase research funding to help prevent, stop and slow the fatal progression of this devastating disease.
My Family Love Story, by Seth Rogen by Seth Rogen
Seth Rogen and his wife, Lauren Miller, watched as her mother lost her ability to speak, feed, and dress herself, all by age 60. Now Rogen, star of the new movie The Interview, bravely tells Glamour how that changed their lives, their marriage—and their future. As told to Alex Morris