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Alzheimer’s prevention trials require participants to select a study partner to accompany them through the trial. Study partners provide researchers with valuable feedback about changes in a person’s...
January 4, 2019
by CBS 19 News - Washington
A piece of legislation that will create a public health infrastructure across the country to fight Alzheimer's disease has been signed into law.
December 26, 2018
by Alzheimer's Prevention Bulletin
Thank you for your continued engagement in our quest to end Alzheimer’s disease before it impacts another generation. As we enter a new year, we still need you, your family and friends to help us...
November 28, 2018
by Alzheimer's Prevention Bulletin
A new report from the Global Council on Brain Health describes the link between a positive sense of mental well-being and better brain health in people 50 and older. The report is full of helpful...
November 9, 2018
by Reader's Digest
Although there’s no cure, there are things you can do to help prevent, delay, or slow down Alzheimer’s disease and dementia
October 30, 2018
by Being Patient
It sounds like a science fiction movie: an eye scan that can provide information about your brain, and, quite possibly, your future. But according to two new studies, it could be a very real...
If you live a high-stress life, you could have memory loss and brain shrinkage before you turn 50, according to a study published Wednesday in the journal Neurology.
First woman on U.S. Supreme Court is stepping away from public life
It would be normal for Sandra Day O'Connor, at the age of 88, to have some age-related cognitive decline, but her diagnosis of dementia means something different.
October 23, 2018
by ABC News
Sandra Day O'Connor's announcement that she's been diagnosed with the early stages of dementia is shedding light on Alzheimer's disease.