Alzheimer's Research and Studies Directory
Alzheimer's disease is a debilitating brain condition that can be very difficult for the patient and his or her family and friends. Research and studies are ongoing to learn more about Alzheimer's. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about Alzheimer's disease research, studies, and clinical trials.
Alzheimer's Disease Treatment: Medications and Therapies
Alzheimer's disease and dementia are treated using a number of therapies, drugs, and medications. Learn more about the different types of Alzheimer's treatment in use today.
What Is Early-Onset Alzheimer's Disease?
WebMD explains the causes, symptoms, and treatment of early-onset Alzheimer's, a form of the disease that affects people before age 65.
Alzheimer's Disease Research
Researchers continue looking in to the risk factors - and potential treatments - of Alzheimer's disease.
Alzheimer's Disease and Your Role as Caregiver
Helpful tips for caregivers of those suffering from Alzheimer’s disease.
5 Alzheimer’s Disease Myths: Risk Factors, Memory Loss, Prevention, and More
WebMD discusses common myths believed about Alzheimer’s disease and provides the truth about genetics, memory loss, dementia, and more.
How to Keep Your Brain Fit
Don't take your brain's powers for granted. Here's what you can do -- throughout your life -- to stay sharp.
Alzheimer's Caregivers: The Sandwich Generation
Caring for kids and a loved one with Alzheimer’s, too? Here’s how to make it easier -- for everyone.
Can Low Cholesterol Keep Your Brain Healthy?
Some studies show that high levels of cholesterol may be linked to Alzheimer's disease or other kinds of dementia.
Quiz: Alzheimer’s Myths and Facts
Does aluminum cause Alzheimer's? Can red wine or crosswords help you avoid it? Learn to tell the myths from the facts in this quiz.
Quiz: How Is Your Memory Holding Up?
Memory Quiz: Take this quiz to find out how we remember and why we forget.
Brain Quiz: How Big Is Your Brain, How Many Cells Does It Have, & More
Try this quiz to see how much you know about brain cells, brain size, and more.