Posted by TechCrunch in news | title Alzheimer’s disease, heart attack, and a new way to save the world article The news is out that Alzheimer’s is now officially a “disease” as it affects the brain and the body, not just the person, a group of scientists announced Tuesday.
They said the word means “brain disease” but the word “dementia” can be used in the same sense as “brain death.”
The news has led to an outpouring of support for people who have the disease and for a new idea of what can be done to save it, which is why the news has made headlines around the world.
But some scientists are calling this an important step in the right direction and saying it should not be used as a tool to prevent people from living to the fullest potential of their years, and it should instead be used to protect people and their families from their symptoms.
“The word dementia has no scientific meaning, nor is it a diagnostic category,” said neurosurgeon James A. Fadiman, M.D., who chaired the task force that created the Alzheimer’s Disease Task Force.
“We are not trying to treat dementia, we are trying to help the world.”
This isn’t the first time the word has been used in this way.
The Associated Press recently reported on a group in the United Kingdom who were trying to figure out how to change the word to “deregulation” to help patients with dementia.
The AP reported that the Oxford University team, which included neuroscientists and a neurologist, were using a computer to create a database of all the words used to describe Alzheimer’s over the past 100 years.
“You’re not going to change that word by accident,” Fadisher said.
“This is not a disease.”
Fadimer said this was not the first use of the word dementia in the news, but it was the first to take place with a group using a different method to do the research.
This is also the first report that has used the word Alzheimer’s as the new word for the disease.
The task force is part of a new generation of researchers, who have been working to understand the brain, and to try to find ways to prevent Alzheimer’s from taking hold.
The new study is part a project called “The Brain in a Box,” a collaborative effort between the National Institutes of Health and the National Institute on Aging to improve the understanding of Alzheimer’s.
It aims to create new tools for understanding how the brain functions and how we can use them to protect ourselves from its devastating effects.
It has been about five years since the task team published its initial findings in the journal Nature Neuroscience.
The team is using a technique called diffusion tensor imaging to look at brain structure and function in people with Alzheimer’s and other dementias.
They have also been looking at the blood flow to the brain from the skull, which may help them better understand the process of Alzheimer.
They believe that they have found a way to study the brains of people with dementia, and not just Alzheimer’s, and the technique they are using is called diffusion imaging.
“It’s a novel way of doing diffusion imaging that lets you see things that are invisible with traditional MRI,” Faddim said.
The technique is still in its infancy, and has limitations, such as using the same equipment and equipment models that are used to study human subjects, and that have not been used to look for Alzheimer’s in people.
But the researchers say they have gotten good results in this initial phase.
The researchers are also using a new approach to the study of brain function called magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), which is also very new.
In MRI, they are looking at areas of the brain that are activated when people have specific events, such, when a stroke occurs.
They also are using a brain scanning technique called PET, for PET scans, which are similar to a magnetic resonance image.
The scientists are also looking at people who are healthy, and have not experienced a stroke.
“These are the people that we have been looking for in the past,” Fadaime said.
It is important to note that PET has not been studied in people who suffer from Alzheimer’s because it is a very new imaging technique that is not yet proven in humans.
But it is an important way of understanding brain function and what’s happening in the brain.
“That’s why PET is so exciting, because we’re getting very good information about brain function,” Fadsman said.
PET is an imaging technique developed by researchers at the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute in the U.S. and is also being used by neuroscientist Dr. Josephine S. Gershoff at Johns Hopkins University, who is leading the research on Alzheimer’s patients.
They are looking to find out how the brains react to brain trauma and how those reactions affect