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How to Visit with your Loved One

  • 30 October, 2017
assisted living

As Alzheimer’s disease progresses, it can be difficult to interact with your loved one. It seems like no matter what you do, your loved one is in a bad mood

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Protect Your Brain from Memory Loss

  • 23 October, 2017
Protect Your Brain from Memory Loss

Alzheimer’s disease and Dementia are becoming more and more prevalent. At the age of 65, the chance of developing one of these diseases increase dramatically. Along with Alzheimer’s and Dementia,

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What People With Alzheimer’s Disease Want you to Know

  • 16 October, 2017
Alzheimer’s Disease

An Alzheimer’s diagnosis is a game changer. It changes everything about the individual’s life, as well as the lives of all of those around them. It is very difficult to

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Practical Ways to Help Patients with Memory Loss Diseases

  • 9 October, 2017
Memory Loss Diseases

As of a 2016 report, 46.8 million people are diagnosed today with Alzheimer’s worldwide. Alzheimer’s disease symptoms include memory loss, mood swings, behavioral issues and language disorientation. Those with the

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Scientists Aim For Higher Quality & More Affordable Testing Options

  • 2 October, 2017
Alzheimer's Tests

While substantial treatments and preventative measures are yet to be truly successful for scientists combating Alzheimer’s Disease, they are making strides in developing more affordable, less invasive diagnostic options. At

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Yoga for the Alzheimer’s Patient

  • 26 September, 2017
Alzheimer’s Patient

Anyone doing a quick google search about yoga can learn immediately about its benefits on the mind, body, and soul. Of course, yoga has also been proven to be effective

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Chimpanzees Are The First Animal Known to Develop Alzheimer’s Markers

  • 25 September, 2017
caregiver support

A brand new report in the Neurobiology of Aging finds that Chimpanzees develop similar, but not identical, brain characteristics of Alzheimer’s disease as they age. Chimps are humanities closest relatives,

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Traveling as a Caregiver

  • 19 September, 2017
Traveling as a Caregiver

With summer coming to an end, we’re all looking to take a last-minute excursion before the cold nights set in. Traveling with someone that suffers from Alzheimer’s disease or any

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New Alzheimer’s Treatment Successful in Mice Could Restore Lost Memories

  • 18 September, 2017
dementia support

New research out of New York leaves experts hopeful of restoring lost memories in Alzheimer’s and Dementia patients after testing proved successful in mice. The study was performed with the

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Alzheimer’s Misdiagnosis: The Signs

  • 12 September, 2017
Alzheimer’s Misdiagnosis

Alzheimer’s disease is very grave and is traumatic not only for the sufferer, but also for the families of the patient. Unfortunately, Alzheimer’s disease is misdiagnosed. Apparently, 20% of those

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Do Iron-Rich Vegetables like Spinach lead to Alzheimer’s?

  • 11 September, 2017
caregiver support

Recently published research from the University of Melbourne suggests that iron-rich vegetables may cause a rusting effect on the brain for those who are at risk to develop Alzheimer’s. The

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Delaying Alzheimer’s Disease

  • 5 September, 2017
Delaying Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s disease is one that affects millions of people worldwide. Some of the symptoms include memory loss, problems with speech and language, and personality changes. Today, there is no cure

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