Walk To End Alzheimer’s Walk set for Thursday – WGEM

August 31, 2015 by  
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Walk To End Alzheimer's Walk set for Thursday
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The 2015 Walk to End Alzheimers is Thursday at Clat Adams Park in Quincy hopes to raise $70,000 thousand dollars for research into the devistating memory loss disease for which there is still no cure. QUINCY, Ill. (WGEM) -. The 2015 Walk to End …
Alzheimer's walk offers hope for futureBattle Creek Enquirer
Walking the walk to end Alzheimer'sDubuque Telegraph Herald
Participants, volunteers team up to raise funds for Alzheimer'sCenterville Daily Iowegian
Richmond Register -Joplin Globe -KOAM-TV
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The Dr is in: Alzheimer’s disease – KIII TV3

August 30, 2015 by  
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The Dr is in: Alzheimer's disease
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Alzheimer's disease affects 5 million American's mostly over the age of 65 and is the leading cause of dementia. It rarely affects those under the age of 60. It can begin with mild memory loss that affects the ability to learn new tasks or facts and

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Participants Wanted For Walk To End Alzheimer’s In Norwalk – The Daily Voice

August 29, 2015 by  
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Participants Wanted For Walk To End Alzheimer's In Norwalk
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Companions & Homemakers, a top homecare provider in the state, is recruiting participants to join in the Walk to End Alzheimer's slated to take place at 9 a.m. at Calf Pasture Beach in Norwalk on Sunday, Oct. 4. Last year, Companions & Homemakers

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Our Plan for Reinventing Alzheimer’s Disease R&D at UC San Diego – Xconomy

August 28, 2015 by  
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Our Plan for Reinventing Alzheimer's Disease R&D at UC San Diego
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When the late Dr. Leon Thal, renowned neurologist and chairman of the Neurosciences Department at the UC San Diego School of Medicine, first imagined a research network able to conduct clinical trials of new therapies for Alzheimer's disease, it was an …

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Artscape: Science Inspires Art To Explore Alzheimer’s – Rhode Island Public Radio

August 27, 2015 by  
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Artscape: Science Inspires Art To Explore Alzheimer's
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A new art exhibit (“Interstice: Memory, Mind, and Alzheimer's Disease," open through September 9 in the Granoff Center for the Creative Arts at Brown University) takes that relationship in a new direction. A neuroscientist and artist teamed up with

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Alzheimer’s Walk has personal meaning for Medina’s Tuohey – The Daily News Online

August 26, 2015 by  
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Alzheimer's Walk has personal meaning for Medina's Tuohey
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Nicole Tuohey stretches out the chain she calls “Elephant Ears” down Main Street in Medina. Nicole sells each chain for a dollar at her mom's store, Case-Nic Cookies, and donates the money for Alzheimer's research in memory of her grandparents, who

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Promise Garden Ceremony will highlight Saturday’s Walk to End Alzheimer’s – Cache Valley Daily

August 25, 2015 by  
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Promise Garden Ceremony will highlight Saturday's Walk to End Alzheimer's
Cache Valley Daily
"An orange flower is for someone who wants to advocate in support someone with Alzheimer's disease. A yellow flower symbolizes someone caring for someone with Alzheimer's disease. And a blue flower symbolizes someone who has lost someone to …
Walk to End Alzheimer's setThe Greater New Milford Spectrum

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Buck Institute research: Targets multiply hope for Alzheimer’s – North Bay Business Journal

August 24, 2015 by  
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Buck Institute research: Targets multiply hope for Alzheimer's
North Bay Business Journal
Inheriting two copies of a single gene from both mother and father — ApoE4, a type of apolipoprotein E — creates 90 percent likelihood of developing Alzheimer's, but is rare, about 2 percent. Nearly 15 percent of the population have at least one of

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EXCLUSIVE: Family suing American Airlines for losing dad with Alzheimer’s at … – New York Daily News

August 23, 2015 by  
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EXCLUSIVE: Family suing American Airlines for losing dad with Alzheimer's at
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When American Airlines lost her Alzheimer's-afflicted dad, a desperate Keraphline Dupuy hunted for three days before he was found wandering the streets of Brooklyn. The sick man was freezing cold, soaking wet and 25 miles from LaGuardia Airport, with

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Employers Learn To Be Alzheimer’s Friendly – Forbes

August 23, 2015 by  
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Employers Learn To Be Alzheimer's Friendly
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When I read the New York Times exposé about Amazon's sometimes brutal working conditions, one anecdote stuck out. An early member of Amazon's Kindle team, Molly Jay, who'd received high performance ratings for years, found her status changed when …

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