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World Alzheimer's Month

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Discount on: Book Series AIAD, Vol.8

Alzheimer's Disease and Air Pollution

Guest Editor: Lilian Calderón-Garcidueñas, MD, PhD

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Discounted Print Book Price: €136 / US$167 / £122

Order Your Print Copy at a 20% Discount*

As a special offer to our readers and the AD community during World Alzheimer's Month, you can purchase the latest print book from the team behind the Journal of Alzheimer's Disease at a 20% discount. With its 616 pages and 41 outstanding contributions, Alzheimer's Disease and Air Pollution is currently available for a limited-time only at a discount price. Use the code below when ordering via our website before the end of September and you can get the print book for the discount price: €136 / US$167 / £122.

Just place your order here before September 30, 2021 and enter the discount code listed below during the ordering process.

DISCOUNT CODE: 20%AIAD8

*Discount only applies to the print version; include the eight digits of the code at checkout.

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About the Book

The latest volume in our Advances in Alzheimer's Disease book series – brought to you by the Journal of Alzheimer's Disease – is a remarkable compilation of research, pursuing the goal of establishing plausible links between air pollution and neurodegeneration. Six sections have been put together that include: works from epidemiological studies establishing a strong link between dementia and particulate matter and ozone; particles and nanoparticle papers describing the properties of pollution; and works describing the intricate pathways which take normal neurons to ghost tangles surrounded by a devastated brain.

About the Guest Editor

Lilian Calderón-Garcidueñas, MD, PhD, is Professor in the Environmental Neuroprevention Laboratory at the Department of Biomedical & Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Montana, Missoula, MT, USA and a JAD Senior Editor. She comments in the press release: "The book brings to light our only hope. Prevention is at hand and if we can protect millions of people exposed to air pollutants and ameliorate their brain effects, we will be on the right path to have a clean planet free of Alzheimer’s disease.” View an extract of the Guest Editor's preface below and in full here.

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Preface Extract:

Alzheimer's Disease and Air Pollution

Preface (Openly Available) by Lilian Calderón-Garcidueñas

"Neuropathologists are used to seeing an overlap of 'hallmarks' in older brains, as well as the co-existence of pathologies associated with every one of the chronic-degenerative diseases killing people in this century. The missing link is still missing, except for the fact that in populations highly exposed to air pollutants, we are seeing the early stages of fatal neurodegenerative diseases in toddlers and teens and are thus witnessing their development and progression from pediatric ages. Moreover, we are also documenting cognitive, gait/equilibrium, auditory, and olfactory changes in young people, some of whom already have brain imaging abnormalities.

Pollution is much more than smog and hazy summer days, and we ought to be aware that the source of pollutants and their portals of entry play a role in the brain pathology we are documenting from childhood. Air pollution is now a focus of attention and if we could modify people’s exposures and decrease their risk for Alzheimer’s and other neurodegenerative diseases that could be a major advance in a field of diseases for which we still do not have a cure." Full Preface

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Highlighted Content:

Air Pollution Neurotoxicity in the Adult Brain: Emerging Concepts from Experimental Findings
Amin Haghani, Todd E. Morgan, Henry Jay Forman, Caleb E. Finch

Particulate Matter Exposure Exacerbates Amyloid-β Plaque Deposition and Gliosis in APP/PS1 Mice
Bijayani Sahu, Amy R. Mackos, Angela M. Floden, Loren E. Wold, Colin K. Combs

Exposure to Traffic-Generated Pollutants Exacerbates the Expression of Factors Associated with the Pathophysiology of Alzheimer’s Disease in Aged C57BL/6 Wild-Type Mice
Tyler D. Armstrong, Usa Suwannasual, Conner L. Kennedy, Akshaykumar Thasma, Leah J. Schneider, Danielle Phillippi, and Amie K. Lund

The Role of Traffic-Related Air Pollution in Neurodegenerative Diseases in Older People: An Epidemiological Perspective
Rachel Tham and Tamara Schikowski

Overview of Sources and Characteristics of Nanoparticles in Urban Traffic
Topi Rönkkö and Hilkka Timonen

Mild Cognitive Impairment and Dementia Involving Multiple Cognitive Domains in Mexican Urbanites
Lilian Calderón-Garcidueñas, Partha S. Mukherjee, Randy J. Kulesza, Ricardo Torres-Jardón, Jacqueline Hernández-Luna, Rodrigo Ávila-Cervantes, Edgar Macías-Escobedo, et al.

Environmental Nanoparticles, SARS-CoV-2 Brain Involvement, and Potential Acceleration of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s Diseases in Young Urbanites Exposed to Air Pollution
Lilian Calderón-Garcidueñas, Ricardo Torres-Jardón, Maricela Franco-Lira, Randy Kulesza, Angélica González-Maciel, Rafael Reynoso-Robles, Rafael Brito-Aguilar, et al.

Auditory Brainstem Dysfunction, Non-Invasive Biomarkers for Early Diagnosis and Monitoring of Alzheimer’s Disease in Young Urban Residents Exposed to Air Pollution
Yusra Mansour, Kaitlyn Blackburn, Luis Oscar González-González, Lilian Calderón-Garcidueñas, Randy J. Kulesza

Combustion-Derived Nanoparticles in Key Brain Target Cells and Organelles in Young Urbanites: Culprit Hidden in Plain Sight in Alzheimer’s Disease Development
Angélica González-Maciel, Rafael Reynoso-Robles, Ricardo Torres-Jardón, Partha S. Mukherjee, Lilian Calderón-Garcidueñas

View full contents on our ebooks plaform* here!

*Individual ebook chapters (PDF) can be purchased online at €27.50 / US$35.00/ £22.00 per item

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