Missing Woman with Alzheimer’s Survives Night in ‘Wilderness’ – Patch.com

May 26, 2012 by  
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Missing Woman with Alzheimer's Survives Night in 'Wilderness'
Patch.com
Celia Tadier, 73, suffers from Alzheimer's and dementia, officials said. She walked away from a nursing home at 1006 Banner Ridge about 5 pm Deputies used a helicopter and tracking dogs to search. Her scent led authorities to Sycamore Canyon Park but
Missing Diamond Bar woman with Alzheimer's disease found after spending night San Gabriel Valley Tribune

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Missing Woman with Alzheimer’s Survives Night in ‘Wilderness’ – Patch.com

May 26, 2012 by  
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Missing Woman with Alzheimer's Survives Night in 'Wilderness'
Patch.com
Celia Tadier, 73, suffers from Alzheimer's and dementia, officials said. She walked away from a nursing home at 1006 Banner Ridge about 5 pm Deputies used a helicopter and tracking dogs to search. Her scent led authorities to Sycamore Canyon Park but
Missing Diamond Bar woman with Alzheimer's disease found after spending night San Gabriel Valley Tribune

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Alzheimer’s Association starts new chorus – Albany Times Union

May 26, 2012 by  
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Alzheimer's Association starts new chorus
Albany Times Union
The Northeastern New York chapter of the Alzheimer's Association is sponsoring a new choir called The Joytones, which is meant for individuals with memory disorders and their caregivers. Participation is free, and there are no auditions.

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Family History of Alzheimer’s Affects Functional Connectivity – Doctors Lounge

May 26, 2012 by  
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Family History of Alzheimer's Affects Functional Connectivity
Doctors Lounge
Cognitively normal individuals with a family history of late-onset Alzheimer's disease may display lower resting state functional connectivity in the default mode network of the brain, and this effect is detectable even in those who do not carry the

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Would you take the Alzheimer i-test? – Daily Mail (blog)

May 25, 2012 by  
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Would you take the Alzheimer i-test?
Daily Mail (blog)
And near the top of the list must be one of those clever exams psychiatrists have devised to see if you have the early stages of Alzheimer's or one of the other dementias. There is now, believe it or not, an iPad diagnostic app for dementia.
The Current: Kid to kid: A mini cognitive testmy.hsj.org

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Clinical Trials for Alzheimer’s Disease Preventative Drug to Begin Early 2013 – Santa Barbara Independent

May 25, 2012 by  
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Clinical Trials for Alzheimer's Disease Preventative Drug to Begin Early 2013
Santa Barbara Independent
After an announcement by federal officials approving clinical trials for the drug Crenezumab, researchers searching for a way to treat Alzheimer's Disease are gearing up for a rare study that will allow them to test a therapy for a genetically

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Stemedica International And Academic Partner Awarded Swiss Alzheimer’s And … – San Francisco Chronicle (press release)

May 25, 2012 by  
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Stemedica International And Academic Partner Awarded Swiss Alzheimer's And
San Francisco Chronicle (press release)
620000 USD) grant is focused on the use of EPFL's advanced imaging capabilities along with Stemedica's ischemic tolerant stem cells and stem cell factors in transgenic mouse models of Alzheimer's disease. Epalinges, Switzerland (PRWEB) May 24,

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For Glen Campbell, others with Alzheimer’s, musical memory can linger – The Republic

May 24, 2012 by  
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For Glen Campbell, others with Alzheimer's, musical memory can linger
The Republic
Campbell, 75, announced his diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease last year and then began the tour. Ashley Campbell has a close-up view because she and her two brothers make up Campbell's backup band and can watch him both on- and offstage.
'Rhinestone Cowboy' sparkles at The EggThe Saratogian

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Everly, Foster honored by the West Virginia Alzheimer’s Association – Charleston Gazette

May 24, 2012 by  
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Everly, Foster honored by the West Virginia Alzheimer's Association
Charleston Gazette
Peggy Baller Everly (left); Jane Marks, executive director of the state chapter of the Alzheimer's Association; Sen. Dan Foster, D-Kanawha; and Jerry Walker, the association's president, pose at the 12th Annual Thanks for the Memories Luncheon on
Alzheimer's Association Holds Luncheon in Honor of Two West VirginiansWVNS-TV

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Alzheimer’s Association-Central Coast Receives $80000 in Donations – Noozhawk

May 24, 2012 by  
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Alzheimer's Association-Central Coast Receives $80000 in Donations
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Santa Barbara Vons General Manager Gene Bendixen, left, and several Vons employees present a check for $5000 to the Alzheimer's Association-Central Coast Chapter during a ceremony on Monday at the Vons at LaCumbre Plaza in Santa Barbara.

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