Well-wishes offered for man with Alzheimer’s, Down syndrome – SFGate

July 31, 2017 by  
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Well-wishes offered for man with Alzheimer's, Down syndrome
SFGate
That's all thanks to a "kindness project" in honor of the Elgin man, who has Down syndrome and suffers from Alzheimer's, and who turned 58 on July 3. "I'm just blown away," said Homola's sister, Debra Schaffer. The Daily Herald ran a story July 2 about

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Ask The Pharmacist: Alzheimer’s is a guessing game – Marconews

July 31, 2017 by  
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Ask The Pharmacist: Alzheimer's is a guessing game
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A new report has considered the fear that we have when it comes to Alzheimer's. Researchers evaluated 1,641 adults over the age of 50 and found that certain factors are known to increase our fear of developing Alzheimer's, not the disease itself, but

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UTSA researcher digs deeper into the mysteries of Alzheimer’s disease – UTSA Today

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UTSA researcher digs deeper into the mysteries of Alzheimer's disease
UTSA Today
(July 31, 2017) — Hyoung-gon Lee, the John H. Doran Distinguished Professor in Peripheral Neuropathy at The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA), is pursuing a new frontier in Alzheimer's disease research. Lee's Alzheimer's work has mainly been …

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Cleveland Clinic seeks treatment for Alzheimer’s – Las Vegas Review-Journal

July 30, 2017 by  
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Cleveland Clinic seeks treatment for Alzheimer's
Las Vegas Review-Journal
Time is ticking and in an effort to better understand where we are at in the AD drug development process, I, along with fellow researchers at Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health as well as colleagues from Touro University and Global

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9 ways to reduce your risk of Alzheimer’s – The Daily World

July 29, 2017 by  
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9 ways to reduce your risk of Alzheimer's
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Alzheimer's disease typically takes two decades to develop before memory changes occur. Adopting a brain-healthy lifestyle in your 30s and 40s can make a big difference, according to Heather Snyder, senior director of medical and scientific operations
Disrupted sleep becoming a public health problemUPMatters.com

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Benefit concert raising funds to help Alzheimer’s disease research – Norman Transcript

July 29, 2017 by  
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Benefit concert raising funds to help Alzheimer's disease research
Norman Transcript
The Norman Philharmonic plays at the Nancy O'Brian Performing Arts Center in this file photo. Today, Nancy O'Brian's sons and their band Dust Bowl Refugees will host a benefit concert for the Alzheimer's Association. O'Brian, a former Norman Public …

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African Americans More at Risk of Developing Alzheimer’s – Eurweb.com

July 28, 2017 by  
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African Americans More at Risk of Developing Alzheimer's
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It was found that those that were challenged by poverty, low education, unemployment, etc, increased the chances of developing Alzheimer's.

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Scientists use novel algorithm to group similar Alzheimer’s patients for precise drug trials – News-Medical.net

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Scientists use novel algorithm to group similar Alzheimer's patients for precise drug trials
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The push to develop treatments for Alzheimer's disease has been a promising and disappointing endeavor over the past two decades, yielding a greater understanding of the disease yet still failing to generate successful new drugs. To blame are the many …

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Alzheimer’s patients could recover ‘lost’ memories, scientists say – The Independent

July 27, 2017 by  
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Alzheimer's patients could recover 'lost' memories, scientists say
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New drugs could one day be developed to help Alzheimer's patients recover memories believed to be lost forever, according to scientists who have reawakened forgotten memories in mice. Memory loss in people with Alzheimer's disease, the most common …

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Black seniors test reminiscing to guard against Alzheimer’s – News Chief

July 26, 2017 by  
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Black seniors test reminiscing to guard against Alzheimer's
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Ron Young, from left, Gahlena Easterly and Sharon Steen reminisce earlier this month as they take a mile-long walk through North Portland, Ore. streets that once were full of black-owned homes and businesses. Researchers are studying whether jogging …

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