People Living With Alzheimer’s Can Still Enjoy Life – Huffington Post

August 22, 2015 by  
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People Living With Alzheimer's Can Still Enjoy Life
Huffington Post
Many people regard Alzheimer's as a cruel and devastating disease that destroys its 'victims.' One that robs them of their very humanity. Caregivers may fall into a period of deep depression and despondence when the diagnosis is made. Anticipatory
Taking aim at Alzheimer'sMiami Herald
Undergrad's Alzheimer's research internationally recognizedDuke Chronicle
What You Need To Know About Alzheimer'sCouncil Chronicle

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Weekend music festival to benefit Alzheimer’s caregivers – WXIA-TV

August 21, 2015 by  
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Weekend music festival to benefit Alzheimer's caregivers
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But Alzheimer's disease changed both their lives a decade ago, at a time when Vince was a budding rock musician, not yet 30 years old. "That's kind of what was important to me at the time, dating the pretty girl, and music." Vince's mother had died. To

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These Wearables Are Designed To Help People With Alzheimer’s – Forbes

August 20, 2015 by  
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These Wearables Are Designed To Help People With Alzheimer's
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This week, Toshiba announced it is entering the wearable market with a bracelet aimed at helping caretakers of elders suffering from dementia and Alzheimer's Disease. But, while it's still too early to deem itself successful, Toshiba joins a few other

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Businesses learn to help those with Alzheimer’s – Jacksonville Journal Courier

August 19, 2015 by  
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Businesses learn to help those with Alzheimer's
Jacksonville Journal Courier
Home Instead Senior Care will be offering the free training services for businesses to help educate employees in better ways to interact with customers who have Alzheimer's disease and their caregivers. Nikki Bishop, the Home Instead Senior Care

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Genetially modified mice may be key to finding cure for Alzheimer’s disease – Latinos Health

August 18, 2015 by  
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Genetially modified mice may be key to finding cure for Alzheimer's disease
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TOKYO – APRIL 23: Kaguya, the worlds first fatherless mammal, is seen at a lab at the Tokyo University of Agriculture on April 23, 2004 in Tokyo. Kaguya was created by Tomohiro Kono of the Tokyo University of Agriculture and a group of researchers
Creation of 'brainy' mice could lead to treatment for Alzheimer'sOregonLive.com
New Promising Therapeutic Approach for Cognitive Disorders, Alzheimer's DiseaseAlzheimer’s News Today
'Super-Smart Mice' May Help Cure Alzheimer's Disease, SchizophreniaNDTV
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Novato’s Buck Institute battles looking Alzheimer’s tsunami – North Bay Business Journal

August 17, 2015 by  
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Novato's Buck Institute battles looking Alzheimer's tsunami
North Bay Business Journal
Famous Women with Alzheimer's: Rita Hayworth (actress, danced with Fred Astaire), Mabel Albertson (TV role in “Bewitched”), Joyce Chen (Chinese chef, restaurateur, TV personality popularized Chinese food in America, Postal Service stamp released …

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Alzheimer’s diagnoses often late – Columbus Dispatch

August 16, 2015 by  
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Alzheimer's diagnoses often late
Columbus Dispatch
Too many people with Alzheimer's disease go years with symptoms but no diagnosis. Along the way, they lose opportunities to slow the disease and live life on their terms. The reasons for that can vary, experts say. Patients and families can be

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Community News: Jeremy Wilson Named Walk to End Alzheimer’s Chair – Times Record

August 15, 2015 by  
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Community News: Jeremy Wilson Named Walk to End Alzheimer's Chair
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“I became involved with the Alzheimer's Association to raise awareness and funds, so we can help those who can't help themselves and their families. Alzheimer's not only affects the patient but also the family and caregiver involved. The Walk to End …

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Study examines new method for diagnosing Alzheimer’s disease – Phys.Org

August 14, 2015 by  
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Study examines new method for diagnosing Alzheimer's disease
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Reporting in the July 2015 Journal of Biophotonics, UAlbany Professor Igor Lednev and colleagues at Albany Med have developed a new method for noninvasive diagnostics of Alzheimer's Disease. A team of scientists at the University at Albany and Albany …
Albany researchers' laser test holds promise for earlier Alzheimer's diagnosisAlbany Times Union

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UPDATE: Missing East Cleveland man with Alzheimer’s found safe – WKYC-TV

August 13, 2015 by  
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UPDATE: Missing East Cleveland man with Alzheimer's found safe
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EAST CLEVELAND, Ohio — Police have safely found 89-year-old Robert Brown of East Cleveland early Thursday morning. An Endangered Missing Adult Alert was issued statewide for Brown on Wednesday evening. Brown was last seen Wednesday at 2:45 …
Missing East Cleveland man located safelynewsnet5.com

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