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January 3, 2019
by Being Patient
A dementia diagnosis is devastating. While some patients given a dementia diagnosis can enroll in clinical trials that might provide a drug to slow down the progression of the disease, most are told...
As a college student, Marty Reiswig decided to take his girlfriend to a family reunion. After he noticed many of his relatives struggling with everyday tasks like pulling out a chair, Reiswig decided...
January 1, 2019
by ALZFORUM
Once again, it’s time to reflect on the preceding 12 months. Despite the 2025 deadline for effective therapy that has been set by the National Alzheimer’s Plan and the World Dementia Council, 2018...
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...
Alzheimer’s is a disease that affects more than 5 million Americans. Jeanne Cronin has an intimate experience, due to her family history. She recalls stories shared by family members about her...
Most people have a greater chance of developing Alzheimer’s disease as they age. For Latinos—the fastest-growing group of older adults in the United States—some risk factors seem to matter more than...
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.