How to defeat Alzheimer’s – Centre Daily Times

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How to defeat Alzheimer's
Centre Daily Times
Those of us fortunate enough to make it to 80 will have a 50 percent chance of suffering from Alzheimer's disease or another form of dementia before we die. And there is currently no known way to reduce the odds or slow the mental deterioration. These
Alzheimer's: it's not inevitable, so stay positiveWarrnambool Standard
Beating Alzheimer's on the goMalay Mail
Toward making the Twin Cities a dementia-friendly communityMinnPost.com
Cambridge News
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How to defeat Alzheimer’s – Centre Daily Times

May 31, 2013 by  
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MinnPost.com
How to defeat Alzheimer's
Centre Daily Times
Those of us fortunate enough to make it to 80 will have a 50 percent chance of suffering from Alzheimer's disease or another form of dementia before we die. And there is currently no known way to reduce the odds or slow the mental deterioration. These
Alzheimer's: it's not inevitable, so stay positiveWarrnambool Standard
Beating Alzheimer's on the goMalay Mail
Toward making the Twin Cities a dementia-friendly communityMinnPost.com
Cambridge News
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Vascular Dementia Differs From Alzheimer’s Disease – Valley News

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Vascular Dementia Differs From Alzheimer's Disease
Valley News
The dementia caused by vascular disease may look much like Alzheimer's disease, but the progression tends to be different. In Alzheimer's disease, dementia progresses almost imperceptibly, but in vascular dementia, there usually is a sudden worsening,

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Hope sparked by new vaccine for Alzheimer’s – Medical Xpress

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Hope sparked by new vaccine for Alzheimer's
Medical Xpress
Brain research has made unprecedented progress over the years, with Europe at the forefront of scientific advances. But more can be done. This comes from Alzheimer's Disease International who issued their report on the Global Economic Impact of

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The Burden of Alzheimer’s – Mobiledia

May 30, 2013 by  
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The Burden of Alzheimer's
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My mom has moderate Alzheimer's, and my 80-year-old dad takes care of her. He doesn't get out of the house much, even to watch his grandchildren play baseball. He's worried of leaving her alone — afraid she'll put the kettle on and then wander out the
Longest Day challenge will support those with Alzheimer'sThousand Oaks Acorn

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Alzheimer’s blood test on the horizon? – Post-Bulletin

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Alzheimer's blood test on the horizon?
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Mayo Clinic researchers say their research suggests a blood test to detect Alzheimer's disease is on the horizon. They studied cerebrospinal fluid and plasma samples from 45 Mayo Clinic Study on Aging and Mayo Clinic Alzheimer's Disease Center patients

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A molecular chain reaction in Alzheimer’s disease – Medical Xpress

May 29, 2013 by  
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A molecular chain reaction in Alzheimer's disease
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Alzheimer's disease is associated with memory a loss and personality changes. It is still not known what causes the onset of the disease, but once started it cannot be stopped. The accumulation of plaques in the brain is widely considered a hallmark of

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New chemical approach to treat Alzheimer’s – Medical Xpress

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New chemical approach to treat Alzheimer's
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Professor Jerry Turnbull, from the University's Institute of Integrative Biology, said: "We are targeting an enzyme, called BACE, which is responsible for creating the amyloid protein. The amyloid builds up in the brain in Alzheimer's disease and

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New approach could lead to blood test to diagnose Alzheimer’s in earliest stage – Medical Xpress

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New approach could lead to blood test to diagnose Alzheimer's in earliest stage
Medical Xpress
Blood offers promise as a way to detect Alzheimer's disease at its earliest onset, Mayo Clinic researchers say. They envision a test that would detect distinct metabolic signatures in blood plasma that are synonymous with the disease—years before

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Phenomena: – National Geographic

May 28, 2013 by  
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Phenomena:
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When you hear Alzheimer's, you probably think of memory loss, language problems, and general confusion. These cognitive symptoms of the degenerative brain disease are devastating, and so it makes sense that they get the most attention in the media and
Study shows emotional contagion increases in Alzheimer's patientsMedical Xpress

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