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Title The Front Line of Alzheimer's Prevention / NHK Entāpuraizu.
Imprint New York, N.Y. : Films Media Group, [2014], ©2013.

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Description 1 online resource (1 video file (50 min.)) : sound, color
Note Encoded with permission for digital streaming by Films Media Group on December 12, 2014.
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11 & up.
Closed-captioned.
Subject Alzheimer's disease -- Research.
Alzheimer Disease.
Genre Educational films.
Internet videos.
Educational films.
Internet videos.
Contents Groundbreaking Alzheimer's Research (1:12) -- Dominantly Inherited Alzheimer Network (DIAN) Study (2:07) -- Hereditary Alzheimer's Disease (3:10) -- Alzheimer's Brain Chemistry (3:09) -- Alzheimer's Progression (1:37) -- New Treatment Paradigm (1:54) -- LMTX Treatment (2:48) -- LMTX Clinical Trial Results (2:48) -- G8 Dementia Summit (1:46) -- Japanese Alzheimer's Research (2:32) -- Cognitive Physical Therapy (2:54) -- Alzheimer's Prevention Program (3:03) -- Alzheimer's Exercise Treatment Process (2:04) -- Alzheimer's Prevalence (3:46) -- Amyloid Beta Production (4:07) -- Amyloid Beta Treatment (1:46) -- Early Alzheimer's Treatment (2:26) -- Alzheimer's Exercise Treatment Results (4:18) -- Alzheimer's Research Conclusion (0:56) -- Credits: The Front Line of Alzheimer's Prevention (0:56).
Summary The prevalence of Alzheimer's disease is rapidly increasing throughout the world, but for the first time, this once unavoidable disease now may be preventable. A study conducted by the Dominantly Inherited Alzheimer Network, in which more than 150 researchers from around the world participated, revealed that changes in the brain caused by Alzheimer's disease begin up to 25 years before the symptoms appear. As a result, development of a medication to prevent Alzheimer's is now a real possibility. Meanwhile, in Japan, a new exercise program promises to improve memory by increasing the volume of one of the first parts of the brain to be affected by Alzheimer's. This program introduces cutting-edge Alzheimer's prevention techniques from around the world.
Other Author Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm)
Films Media Group.
Other Title Originally produced: NHK Entāpuraizu, 2013