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Lukasz Ciesla 7m
Replying to @US_FDA
Galantamine is one of the approved drugs used to manage cognitive decline & ’s disease In Alzheimer’s patients a progressive loss of neurons, especially chloninergic neurons is observed Galantamine increases the level of acetylcholine
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Nazareth Home Inc 2h
Join us tomorrow for our ’s Support Group. Our topic is Improvising & Maximizing Communication and will be presented by Dr. Stephen Bliss. For more information or to RSVP contact Gretchen Houchin at 502-473-2396 or ghouchin@nazhome.org.
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ALZDDS 5h
ALZDDS is live! Watch this [VIDEO] to learn about Alzheimer's Disease. . 's. Then look here to see how superior dental health can help to prevent it. . Call 650-965-1234 for an ALZ risk exam.
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STAT 3h
Watch this STAT explainer on how the amyloid hypothesis went from promising to perilous in the search for ’s treatments.
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Michelle West 20h
Spent the day with my sister watching my mom and searched for over an hour for her teeth. Found them. ’s
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Mike hunter 7h
’ doesn’t have to be this horrible disease that you hear about. If you take a positive and quality of life approach, you will be just fine. Sharyn and I had a wonderful relationship even when dealing with # Dementia. Africa photos
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Ray Hammond 11h
Wow! If this new drug lives up to its early promise it will be the first effective treatment for 's.
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Science at PNNL 2h
A new protein involved in 's disease has been identified by researchers at the
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Blue Badge Co 13h
Scottish researchers have received to explore what could be a new way of treating 's.
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CheckoutSmart Jun 15
How 'reminiscence therapy' is helping treat people with 's and dementia in the US.
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Marianne Sciucco Jun 14
“I hope this anthology helps to connect readers to a story they can connect with. A story that provides comfort and support. A story to bridge that isolation gap. To reassure them they’re not alone—through the power of words.” - Jay Artale, Author and ’s Caregiver
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Daniela Sánchez 21h
There is one thing 's can not take away, and that is love. Love is not a memory, it is a feeling that resides in your heart and soul.
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Mind-Brain Science☮️ Jun 12
A new longitudinal study has shown that a nutritional drink designated a 'food for special medical purposes' containing the multinutrient combination Fortasyn Connect can benefit patients with the earliest stages of 's disease (AD), mild cognitive impairment, who are
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Mainstay Insurance 5h
June is 's Awareness Month. Join us in going purple to raise awareness.
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Alzheimer's Guide 5h
Everything you need to know about 's
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The Holbrook Jun 11
Holbrook Decatur was honored to sponsor a Lunch n’ Learn last week at Emory! Guest speaker Laura Szymanski discussed the latest research and treatments to help prevent memory loss and dementia in honor of ’s and month.
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Clinical Trial Network Jun 9
The Early 's Warning Sign is Basically In All of Us!
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Leodis Stairlifts Jun 13
Research shows that keeping your brain active is critical in 's prevention. Read more:
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Orly Avitzur MD MBA 10h
"This Father’s Day, I’m not sure if I should call my dad." If you have a parent with , read this excellent story by 's
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Renascence 9h
Alzheimer's disease: Music, meditation may improve early cognitive decline
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