Informational blog about early onset Alzheimer’s. Learn about the latest news, discoveries, and advancements. Different professionals help us get a more in-depth understanding of early onset Alzheimer’s, how to detect the earliest symptoms, diagnosis, causes, symptoms, treatment, therapies, etc.

Retrograde amnesia

Retrograde amnesia: Forgetting your past completely

 

  Imagine forgetting everything from the past decade and being completely unable to recall those years. In this article, we will find out what retrograde […]

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How to Improve Your Short-Term Memory: Study Tips to Remember Everything

 

  If you want to improve your short-term memory, look no further for some ways to help you out. Your short-term memory is what allows […]

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what is early onset dementia

What Is Early Onset Dementia? Signs And Symptoms

 

  Early onset dementia.  Imagine you are at your friend’s 50th birthday gathering and you forget everyone’s name, how you got there and where you […]

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Art Therapy

Art therapy: Everything you need to know about this marvelous therapy

 

  What is art therapy? How can is something like art become a tool to help you through depression, anxiety, and even dyslexia? Find out […]

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Neuropsychology

Neuropsychology: A complete guide to all your questions

 

  We clarify all the questions you may have about neuropsychology: What it is, what does it study, neuropsychologist’s role and patients, what cognitive tests […]

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New hope for Alzheimer’s treatment:blocking brain inflammation can help prevent progression of the disease

New hope for Alzheimer’s treatment:blocking brain inflammation can help prevent progression of the disease

 

  New hope for Alzheimer’s treatment:blocking brain inflammation can help prevent progression of the disease A University of Southampton-led study has found that stopping a […]

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Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

 

 National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month – 5 Facts You Need to Know People with Alzheimer’s disease experience devastating physical and emotional challenges, as the abilities to […]

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Exercising the body and the mind may prevent Alzheimer’s

Exercising the body and the mind may prevent Alzheimer’s

 

  Exercising the body and the mind may prevent Alzheimer’s Every 67 seconds someone in the United States develops Alzheimer’s according to the Alzheimer’s Association. […]

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Eye and smell tests may detect Alzheimer’s onset

Eye and smell tests may detect Alzheimer’s onset

 

  Eye and smell tests may detect Alzheimer’s onset Alzheimer’s disease, the most common form of dementia, is a progressive brain condition that damages and […]

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99.6 percent of drug trials for Alzheimer’s disease fail

99.6 percent of drug trials for Alzheimer’s disease fail

 

    99.6 percent of drug trials for Alzheimer’s disease fail Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia and causes memory, thinking and […]

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For a brain boost, spend time with your grandchildren … but only once in a while

For a brain boost, spend time with your grandchildren … but only once in a while

 

  For a brain boost, spend time with your grandchildren … but only once in a while Grandparents often say that spending time with their […]

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A protein, normally active in fetuses, may also protect the neurons in older people.

A protein, normally active in fetuses, may also protect the neurons in older people.

 

  A protein, normally active in fetuses, may also protect the neurons in older people. Along with symptoms of cognitive decline, Alzheimer’s disease patients often […]

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Vitamin E may help people with mild to moderate Alzheimer’s disease, study finds.

Vitamin E may help people with mild to moderate Alzheimer’s disease, study finds.

 

  Vitamin E may help people with mild to moderate Alzheimer’s disease, study finds. A new study sponsored by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs […]

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is alzheimers unique for each individual

Is Alzheimer’s Unique For Each Individual?

 

 A new study originating from the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) tries to explain why Alzheimer’s disease can progress more or less rapidly for […]

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Smoking damages mouse brains

Smoking damages mouse brains

 

  Smoking damages mouse brains. Signs of Alzheimer’s disease appear after rodents breathe cigarette smoke. Cigarette smoke damages the lungs, but it also wreaks havoc […]

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Brain lesions can predict Alzheimer’s diagnosis

Brain lesions can predict Alzheimer’s diagnosis

 

  Brain lesions can predict Alzheimer’s diagnosis. Damage to small blood vessels in the brain could be a secondary risk factor leading to Alzheimer’s Disease, […]

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Medicare panel says Alzheimer’s brain scans may not help

Medicare panel says Alzheimer’s brain scans may not help

 

  Medicare panel says Alzheimer’s brain scans may not help. Advanced brain scans to detect signs of Alzheimer’s disease may be denied coverage by Medicare […]

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First brain pacemaker implanted to treat Alzheimer’s.

First brain pacemaker implanted to treat Alzheimer’s.

 

  First brain pacemaker implanted to treat Alzheimer’s. During a five-hour surgery last October at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, a patient became […]

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Alzheimer’s disease may cause early destruction of ‘grid cells’ for navigation

Alzheimer’s disease may cause early destruction of ‘grid cells’ for navigation

 

  Alzheimer’s disease may cause early destruction of ‘grid cells’ for navigation. Disorientation is often one of the first warnings of Alzheimer’s disease. Someone gets […]

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Alzheimer’s patients can’t make decisions easily, so you must guide them

Alzheimer’s patients can’t make decisions easily, so you must guide them

 

  Alzheimer’s patients can’t make decisions easily, so you must guide them. It is very common for Alzheimer’s dementia patients to say No. There is […]

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The ‘pacemaker’ implanted in the brain to prevent Alzheimer’s patients losing their memory

The ‘pacemaker’ implanted in the brain to prevent Alzheimer’s patients losing their memory

 

  The ‘pacemaker’ implanted in the brain to prevent Alzheimer’s patients losing their memory. A ‘pacemaker’ has been implanted in to the brain of an […]

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ApoE Is an ideal target for halting progression of Alzheimer’s disease

ApoE Is an ideal target for halting progression of Alzheimer’s disease

 

  ApoE Is an ideal target for halting progression of Alzheimer’s disease. Despite researchers’ best efforts, no drug exists that can slow, halt or reverse […]

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Women with Alzheimer’s deteriorate faster than men

Women with Alzheimer’s deteriorate faster than men

 

  Women with Alzheimer’s deteriorate faster than men. Women with Alzheimer’s show worse mental deterioration than men with the disease, even when at the same […]

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