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Researchers recently discovered how a mild behavioral impairment diagnosis can help identify the earliest sign of Alzheimer's, and those at risk.
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The Mayo Clinic has recently developed a scale that will help identify those seniors who are at risk for developing dementia, hopefully encouraging high risk seniors to seek early intervention.
The Mayo Clinic has developed a scale for those most at risk for developing Alzheimer's. See how it tells the difference between normal aging vs. dementia.
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A new study has linked Alzheimer’s disease to a particle found in air pollution. Although there has been much speculation about the link between the two factors, this is the first study to confirm that toxic magnetite particles found in air pollution have made their way into human brain tissue.
A new study has linked Alzheimer’s disease to a particle found in air pollution. Learn more about the significance of this study.
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Can’t live without your morning cup of coffee? New research shows that coffee may prevent the onset of Alzheimer’s disease by reducing the amount of beta amyloid in the brain by as much as 50%.
Can coffee prevent Alzheimer's? A new study is the latest to conclude that it could. Learn more about caffeine's brain boosting benefits and research.
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The Mayo Clinic has recently developed a scale that will help identify those seniors who are at risk for developing dementia, hopefully encouraging high risk seniors to seek early intervention.
The Mayo Clinic has developed a scale for those most at risk for developing Alzheimer's. See how it tells the difference between normal aging vs. dementia.
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A new study has linked Alzheimer’s disease to a particle found in air pollution. Although there has been much speculation about the link between the two factors, this is the first study to confirm that toxic magnetite particles found in air pollution have made their way into human brain tissue.
A new study has linked Alzheimer’s disease to a particle found in air pollution. Learn more about the significance of this study.
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By transforming themselves into dementia-friendly communities, cities and towns can help dementia sufferers feel less like a burden and more a part of local life.
Dementia-friendly communities support the unique needs of seniors with impaired cognitive function. How are these communities built? Read more.
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The sixth leading cause of death in the United States, Alzheimer’s disease will continue to claim lives as Baby Boomers move into retirement age. So why isn’t there more dedicated to curing or preventing this debilitating disease? Read on to learn about the urgent need for Alzheimer’s research funding.
Healthcare costs are expected to reach $1.1 trillion by 2050, yet Alzheimer's research funding is still lacking and the disease is vastly underfunded.
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A new study from the University of Utah suggests that people who have a family history of Alzheimer’s are more likely to seek expert financial advice and delay retirement than those who do not have a family history of Alzheimer’s or a related dementia.
A new study from the University of Utah suggest that families with Alzheimer's awareness are more likely to seek expert financial advice. Learn more.
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It’s never too late to live your dreams! Ted McDermott is an 80-year-old man with Alzheimer’s disease, who still remembers the lyrics to hit songs. Recently, a video of McDermott singing with his son went viral, and he has now signed a record deal to record songs and raise Alzheimer’s awareness and funds.
Ted McDermott is an 80-year-old man with Alzheimer’s who recently signed a record deal after a video of him singing in the car went viral. Learn more.
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Over 30 years ago, one researcher chose a small group of nuns as subjects for a study on aging and brain deterioration. Through the years, the study has grown to include nearly 700 sisters across the United States and continues to reveal groundbreaking insights into the aging process and Alzheimer’s disease.
Nearly 700 nuns in the U.S. are part of a 30 year study that continues to reveal insights about Alzheimer's disease and aging. Learn more.
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New study finds that women who spent one day a week caring for their young grandchildren may have a lower risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease and other cognitive disorders:
Most people find that being a grandparent is rewarding, but now studies show increased health benefits to grandparents. Learn more.
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