‘It’s a tsunami,’ Susan Collins says of coming Alzheimer’s population – Bangor Daily News

March 23, 2016 by  
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'It's a tsunami,' Susan Collins says of coming Alzheimer's population
Bangor Daily News
U.S. Sen. Susan Collins listens Wednesday as families speak about the Alzheimer's disease drug trials their loved ones are in at Acadia Hospital in Bangor. Collins visited the hospital for a briefing on the Alzheimer's disease research that is being

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In war on Alzheimer’s, group deploys new way to enlist – San Francisco Business Times (blog)

March 23, 2016 by  
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In war on Alzheimer's, group deploys new way to enlist
San Francisco Business Times (blog)
Like the journey of a thousand miles, the path leading to an Alzheimer's disease treatment begins with a single step: Getting people through the doors of hundreds of clinical trial sites. Now a program based at the University of California, San

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Tennessee Smokies to help "strike out" Alzheimer’s disease – WBIR.com

March 22, 2016 by  
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Tennessee Smokies to help "strike out" Alzheimer's disease
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"For us, it is a season-long opportunity to educate, support and really create awareness about Alzheimer's Tennessee, the support that's out there with the families, and it's a fun way to engage with the community," said Janice Wade-Whitehead

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Controversial New Push to Tie Microbes to Alzheimer’s Disease – Scientific American

March 21, 2016 by  
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Controversial New Push to Tie Microbes to Alzheimer's Disease
Scientific American
Scientists have long puzzled over the root causes of Alzheimer's disease, a devastating and typically fatal condition that currently denies more than five million Americans their cognition and memory. But in a provocative editorial soon to be published

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Health briefs: Walk to end Alzheimer’s meet and greet planned – Steamboat Pilot & Today

March 20, 2016 by  
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Health briefs: Walk to end Alzheimer's meet and greet planned
Steamboat Pilot & Today
#Casey's Pond Distinctive Senior Living and the Alzheimer's Association of Colorado invites residents of Northwest Colorado to participate in the community-wide Walk to End Alzheimer's in Steamboat Springs on Sept. 3 at Caseys' Pond. Learn more about …

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Can An Implant Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease? Swiss Scientists Believe So – The Inquisitr

March 19, 2016 by  
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Can An Implant Prevent Alzheimer's Disease? Swiss Scientists Believe So
The Inquisitr
Swiss scientists believe they have found a way to prevent Alzheimer's disease by an implant in the patient's skin – although so far the innovative new treatment only works in mice, and human trials could be years away. As Science Daily reports, one of
New Implantable Capsule Releases Antibodies To Help Fight Alzheimer's DiseaseTech Times
This new capsule implant releases antibodies to fight Alzheimer's diseaseScienceAlert
Alzheimer's may be prevented by antibody-releasing implantGizmag
Medical News Today -Tech Insider (blog) -Headlines & Global News
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Role of Infection in Alzheimer’s Ignored, Experts Say – Medscape

March 18, 2016 by  
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Role of Infection in Alzheimer's Ignored, Experts Say
Medscape
The potentially critical role of infection in the etiology of Alzheimer's disease is largely neglected, despite decades of robust evidence from hundreds of human studies, as well as the possible therapeutic implications, experts say. "Despite all the

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Early Onset Alzheimer’s: A South Bend woman’s continuing journey – WNDU-TV

March 17, 2016 by  
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Early Onset Alzheimer's: A South Bend woman's continuing journey
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Nine months ago she enrolled in a national Alzheimer's trial, called the NOBLE Study, at the Elkhart Clinic. Neurologist Dr. Thomas Vidic is leading the local study. He has long been involved in Alzheimer's research, including a trial with the drug

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Verbal Skills of Women With Alzheimer’s – WebMD

March 16, 2016 by  
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Verbal Skills of Women With Alzheimer's
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WEDNESDAY, March 16, 2016 (HealthDay News) — In the early stages of Alzheimer's disease, women tend to remember words better than men do, which could delay diagnosis in women, new research suggests. The difference exists even though women …
Women with Alzheimer's may keep verbal skills longer than menUPI.com
Verbal Memory Better in Women vs. Men in Early Alzheimer'sU.S. News & World Report
Men may get head start on Alzheimer's treatment, study saysWPTZ The Champlain Valley
YIBADA English -Jackson Sun -Fox News
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Important Information on Alzheimer’s and Aggression That Every Caregiver Should Know About – Huffington Post

March 16, 2016 by  
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Important Information on Alzheimer's and Aggression That Every Caregiver Should Know About
Huffington Post
One of the most challenging components of Alzheimer's care for the family and loved ones of these patients is the changes that come with dementia. There are many Alzheimer's patients who quickly start to lose some of their key personality traits and

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