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Some people told they have Alzheimer’s may instead have a newly identified mimic of the disease — and scientists say even though neither is yet curable, it’s critical to get better at telling...
Being easily tricked by scams could be a sign that an older person has the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease, scientists have found. 
April 10, 2019
by Psychology Today
Learn proven strategies to minimize the risk of cognitive decline.
April 5, 2019
by US News and World Report
A new study found that the common NSAID naproxen was ineffective at preventing Alzheimer’s disease.
An under-utilized tool could help correctly diagnose and manage dementia, leading to better care, according to a new study. The study, published in the Journal of the American Medical...
Statistics by themselves can sometimes be confusing or open to misinterpretation, so LifeTimes talked to an expert on Alzheimer’s disease about the latest numbers from the Alzheimer’s...
Navigating the chaos inside our garage this winter, I stumbled on a box brimming with artifacts from my 40-odd years as a Washington journalist. Staring back at me was the cover of one of those...
Every month, a car would pick up Jeff Borghoff at his home in Forked River, New Jersey, and drive him to the Advanced Memory Research Institute of New Jersey. There, doctors would help him settle...
I was a small piece in the search to find a cure. Now I feel as if I’m getting erased, and medical science doesn’t have any answers.
Having cousins and great-grandparents with Alzheimer’s has been linked to a higher risk of developing the disease, according to a study. Scientists looked at the data on over 278,818 people...