how to take care of someone with Alzheimer's

How to Take Care of Someone with Alzheimer’s

 

  Alzheimer’s disease is a neurodegenerative disease that slowly damages the cognitive skills of the person suffering. With time, the disease incapacitates the patient to […]

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vascular dementia

Take care of your heart to take care of your brain: What is vascular dementia

 

  Senile dementia is caused by certain illnesses and causes a progressive and permanent loss of our mental abilities. It affects memory, language, and even […]

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Alzheimer's symptoms

11 Alzheimer’s symptoms to detect it in time

 

  When one of our family members starts to have memory peoples, we ask ourselves if perhaps they’re showing symptoms of Alzheimer’s. We should really […]

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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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College-educated people recover better from a brain injury

College-educated people recover better from a brain injury

 

  College-educated people recover better from a brain injury College education is often seen as an investment that will pay back for a lifetime, as […]

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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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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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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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