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Stay Up to Date with The Latest in Alzheimer’s Research

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Alzheimer’s disease is currently the sixth-leading cause of death in the United States, with an estimated 5.8 million U.S. citizens living with the disease. It’s no wonder, then,

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How Color and Light Can Reduce Dementia Anxiety

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If your loved one is dealing with Alzheimer’s-related dementia, they may feel anxiety for several reasons, including events or stimuli that inhibit their ability to feel comfortable in

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Tools For Dementia Assessment

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  50 million people around the world suffer from some sort of dementia, its most common causes being Alzheimer’s disease and vascular abnormalities. Testing to determine dementia’s specific origins

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Sugar and Alzheimer’s: Is There a Connection?

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Keeping a lid on treats and desserts is something most of us struggle with to some degree (who among us hasn’t raided their kids’ Halloween candy this time

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A Closer Look at Light Therapy

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With Alzheimer’s continuing to impact a record number of Americans each year, it’s no surprise to see doctors looking beyond a cure to the role that adjunct therapies

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The Link Between Sleep and Alzheimer’s

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An estimated 1 in 3 Americans suffers from some sort of sleep deprivation – perhaps you’re one of them. Although lack of sleep is certainly a common struggle for

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Food and the Brain: What to Eat and What to Avoid

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When it comes to our diet, we tend to be motivated most by our physical appearance (nothing makes us drop that bag of chips faster than the thought

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Dispelling Myths About Alzheimer’s Disease

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Despite high-visibility efforts toward Alzheimer’s treatment and cure, the statistics around the disease continue to be staggering. Almost 6 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s, with another untold

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The Latest in Dementia Research

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This week we take a brief look at the latest happenings in Alzheimer’s and dementia research – from potential breakthroughs on the cellular level, to news on possible

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A Look Inside Lewy Body Dementia

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When Robin Williams’ death was announced back in 2014, his family disclosed the comedian had been suffering for years from symptoms of Lewy body dementia – a disease that

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A Look at Early Onset Alzheimer’s

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We all joke about getting more forgetful as we get older (where were those keys again?). But those “senior moments” that our kids might tease us about can

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A Look at Alzheimer’s Risk Factors

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Despite the real gains in Alzheimer’s research, the statistics around the disease remain staggering. More than five million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s today; that includes one in ten

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