New strategy aims to enhance recruitment for Alzheimer’s disease clinical studies – National Institute on Aging (press release) (blog)

October 31, 2018 by  
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National Institute on Aging (press release) (blog)
New strategy aims to enhance recruitment for Alzheimer's disease clinical studies
National Institute on Aging (press release) (blog)
We've seen substantial expansion of our understanding of Alzheimer's disease and related dementias in recent years. But we still have a long road to travel. One of the biggest hurdles in our path is recruitment and retention of participants in clinical

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Healthy Living: Alzheimer’s Memory Test – 9&10 News

October 30, 2018 by  
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Healthy Living: Alzheimer's Memory Test
9&10 News
Alzheimer's disease is hard to detect early. Changes in the brain may start long before symptoms become apparent. In Healthy Living, see how results of a new study show that a memory test may tell doctors who is at risk of developing Alzheimer's years

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Battle Against Alzheimer’s on The Table at Your Brain Matters Luncheon – Noozhawk

October 30, 2018 by  
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Battle Against Alzheimer's on The Table at Your Brain Matters Luncheon
Noozhawk
The Alzheimer's Women's Initiative, led by Chair Katina Etsell, will host the Fifth Anniversary Your Brain Matters luncheon, 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 30, held at the Hilton Santa Barbara Beachfront Resort. The annual fundraising luncheon, led by

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Dobbs Ferry kickball tournament for boy with Alzheimer’s-like disease, Sanfilippo syndrome – The Journal News | LoHud.com

October 29, 2018 by  
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Dobbs Ferry kickball tournament for boy with Alzheimer's-like disease, Sanfilippo syndrome
The Journal News | LoHud.com
What began as a seemingly innocuous medical mystery led to Jacob's diagnosis with Sanfilippo syndrome, a fatal brain disease known as children's Alzheimer's because it mimics the devastating effects of dementia in the elderly. "It's really hard to

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Caregiver Education Day slated to help people address Alzheimer’s – Santa Fe New Mexican

October 28, 2018 by  
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Santa Fe New Mexican
Caregiver Education Day slated to help people address Alzheimer's
Santa Fe New Mexican
When she was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease in September 2017, Denise Kusel first asked her doctor, “Will I lose my sense of humor?” A former Pasatiempo editor and humor columnist for The New Mexican, Kusel, 75, had a sense that her life was over.
Got a Minute?: Hope and help available for caregiversThe Livingston County News
We're not prepared for the coming dementia crisisLaredo Morning Times

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Support helps patients, caregivers of Alzheimer’s patients – Scottsbluff Star Herald

October 27, 2018 by  
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Support helps patients, caregivers of Alzheimer's patients
Scottsbluff Star Herald
SCOTTSBLUFF — Alzheimer's is a disease that is life-altering for both the patient diagnosed and the people close to the one with the disease. Support groups exist all over the nation — and throughout the Panhandle — to help loved ones and caregivers …

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In Entorhinal Cortex, Histone “Acetylome” Bears Mark of Alzheimer’s Disease – Alzforum

October 27, 2018 by  
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In Entorhinal Cortex, Histone “Acetylome” Bears Mark of Alzheimer's Disease
Alzforum
When it comes to appreciating the depths of genome regulation, reading the genetic code itself is but the tip of the iceberg. Modifications to those DNA sequences, and to the histones they hug, dictate which genes will be expressed when and where. In

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Alzheimer’s is robbing a great mind of its very self | Column – PennLive.com

October 26, 2018 by  
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Alzheimer's is robbing a great mind of its very self | Column
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Sandra Day O'Connor is sworn in as an Associate Justice by Chief Justice Warren Burger at the Supreme Court in Washington, D.C. on Friday, Sept. 25, 1981. Holding two family bibles, at center, is husband John J. O'Connor. (AP Photo/Michael Evans) …
Sandra Day O'Connor's Dementia Announcement Puts Spotlight On Alzheimer'sKUOW News and Information
Sandra Day O'Connor announces likely Alzheimer's diagnosisNew Jersey Herald

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Alzheimer’s Special (Partnered with The Alzheimer’s Association – Illinois Chapter) | Hour Two – WGN Radio

October 25, 2018 by  
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Alzheimer's Special (Partnered with The Alzheimer's Association – Illinois Chapter) | Hour Two
WGN Radio
Tonight we welcome on a very special group of experts to examine and answer tough questions about a life-changing disease, Alzheimer's (Partnered with The Alzheimer's Association – Illinois Chapter). During hour two we dive into the experience of whats …

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Fighting Alzheimer’s, former Mizzou coach Warren Powers is buoyed by wife Linda – Kansas City Star (blog)

October 24, 2018 by  
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Kansas City Star (blog)
Fighting Alzheimer's, former Mizzou coach Warren Powers is buoyed by wife Linda
Kansas City Star (blog)
Gathered above the north end zone of Memorial Stadium on Saturday stood three of the four living former University of Missouri football coaches: Warren Powers, Bob Stull and Gary Pinkel. Stull was as engaged as ever on a variety of topics, including

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