Algae found in freshwater lakes and reservoirs could be fuelling dementia
Within 140 days, they developed abnormal brain structures called plaques and tangles similar to those found in brains of Guam islanders who died of an Alzheimer's-like illness, called ALS/PDC. This disease can manifest itself in some as similar to ...
Desert island toxic algae may hint to a treatment for dementia
Environmental toxin linked to dementia, study shows
Toxins from algal blooms may cause Alzheimer's-like brain changes