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Kristie Leong M.D. 23h
A study on Journal of Alzheimer’s disease found a link between & a significant increase in gray matter in the brain. Greater linked with
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Ian Kremer 21h
Please re-Tweet this reason why hospitals must allow family caregivers to be present when people with disease and other forms of are being evaluated or receiving treatment and care.
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When Dementia Knocks 49m
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Bill Gates Jun 13
I was moved by this story: Bob’s daughter has Down syndrome, which puts her at a higher risk for dementia. Motivated by her condition and his love of science, he volunteered for an clinical trial.
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MindMate 20m
Valuable tips for Dementia care! Please share
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ClearSky MD 2h
ClearSky's CF-Monitor provides an objective assessment of patients’ drawings that can assist in reaching a better-informed diagnosis.
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Market Street East Lake 49m
Even though we're more than halfway through and Brain Awareness Month, we'll continue to feed our residents nutritious meals that will improve their brain health! Visit our website to explore more of dining at Market Street East Lake:
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The Cameron Group 58m
June is & Brain Awareness Month! Help bring awareness to this great cause to find a cure for this disease!
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Ian Kremer Jun 18
Use these tips as much as possible — but don’t expect yourself to be perfect! — to improve your communication with a loved one who is living with disease or another form of .
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Barbara Ivey 2h
There's more to speaking than content & good hair.
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Claire Henchcliffe 3h
Tomorrow we are hold our Cup Cake day raising money for The Alzheimer's Society at our Lichfield Branch 10am-4pm please come along and support this charity
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Giles Jun 14
Article Highlights Potential of Targeting TNF to Treat Disease
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Kristina Basabilbaso Jun 17
Memories never die. Hold on to them, even when those who you share them with are no longer there.
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William Hu 1m
New from our collaboration with and Atlanta VA: more evidence that is not involved in HIV neurocognitive disorder, and CSF tau levels associated with cytokines levels
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Ian Kremer 15h
There is a pernicious bias that older people and their loved ones should be grateful for all the good years and just accept the maladies associated with , as if diseases like don’t rob us all of qualities entitled to mourning and worth saving.
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Neuroscience News Jun 17
Sleep history predicts late-life Alzheimer's pathology Adecrease in sleep quantity throughout aging, from the 50s through 70s, was associated with higher levels of β-amyloid and tau later in life.
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Anna Park Jun 17
Such a moving and insightful piece about ‘s changing relationship with food and cooking since her early onset diagnosis. I hope the search for a tea that still tastes ok has been successful Wendy.
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DustyWayne 14h
my mom just told me my dad has forgotten how to ride a bike. He taught me how over 25 years ago. is a bitch. I'm not dealing with it well. Any kind words would be appreciated
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Atlantic Health 1m
Association and Atlantic Health System Co-Host Research Symposium - More via -
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PATH SOLUTIONS 9h
Worldwide, 50 million people are living with Alzheimer and other dementias. The more people know about Alzheimer's, the more action we inspire. Join the fight by going purple.
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