Day: August 3, 2021

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A Possible Alzheimer’s Treatment with Clicks and Flashes? It Worked on Mice

Publication: NYTimes Author: Pam Belluck For Alzheimer’s patients, a new study led by a prominent M.I.T. neuroscientist offers tantalizing promise. It found that when mice engineered to exhibit Alzheimer’s-like qualities were exposed to 40Hz lights and clicking sounds, important brain functions improved and toxic levels of Alzheimer’s-related proteins diminished. What’s more, the rapid-fire soundtrack appeared …

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Human Trials Show Promising Results for 40Hz Lights in Slowing Alzheimer’s

Every year, serious scientists undertake rigorous studies to prove hypotheses and  evolving research validating these theories. Sometimes their work is astonishing and fantastic, like discovering dinosaur embryos. Other times it has a huge global impact, like the discovery of penicillin. This week researchers reported evidence that will have dramatic, personal impact for people living with …

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