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Karen Anderson Nov 2
Today was a good day. Today I think my Dad knew me. He smiled, he winked, he laughed. Today was a good day. If only every visit could be like this.
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Ian Kremer 21s
can shake your self-confidence, make you question your judgement and inner strength. Some people will take advantage of your vulnerability. True friends will help you trust your heart, rediscover your endurance. (image: )
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Mike Gamble 9m
“Dental Care May Be Important Element in Avoiding ” -
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Regenera Medical 2h
The reports that alters blood vessels in the retina & that an eye scan might be able to detect the disease. This new test is optical coherence tomography angiography & may be used for future testing. More facts on :
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America's Charities 27m
is a progressive, terminal brain disorder that has no known cause or cure. The only way to change this is with continued, smart investments in the right research. RT to show your support for Alzheimer's Disease Research CFC#30518
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Licensed to Dad 🕶 15h
Life is like a box of chocolates. You never know how soon you’ll forget. RIP Uncle Manny You were a beaming ray of sunshine and love. And one of the sweetest men I’ve ever met. I miss you face. See you on the other side.
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Lora Kaelber 29m
Here are my thoughts on being a friend to a caregiver. 1. Listen 2. Love 3. Pick a time and tell him/her you will be there for an hour or two on this day at this time to give him/her a break. If he/she begs off, nail em down... when? 4. Listen 5. Love
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chloe walsh 22m
gotta try all routes. I’m doing a raffle of some treatments to try raise some money for . Will be selling it £1 ticket £5 a strip. This is something really close to my heart and I’d like to do something for others this Christmas 😊
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UW Memory Brain 2m
Dr. Thomas Grabowski of presenting on , dementia, and brain aging, and strength-based re-framing, at the Seattle Rainier Club! “Thank you to the Veterans in the audience.”
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Savvy Coop💡 7m
: For our friends of those with , you can share your feedback on this new to help improve how senior citizens with the disease are monitored and served.
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Mike Gamble 13m
“You can take over….anytime you choose" ” -
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Tom Killeen 2h
Replying to @BigDaddyGraham
Hope you get some sleep... thanks for doing the walk on Saturday.. You made my niece's day!
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SickEconomics 59m
Replying to @SickEconomics
....no revenue, and little cash in the bank. But they do have promising data that may support a new approach to treat the dread disease....
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Neuroscience News Nov 5
Drinking Coffee May Reduce Alzheimer's and Parkinson's Risks Drinking coffee may also protect you against developing both Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease.
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Neurology Today 19h
A blood test found effective in detecting amyloid-beta biomarkers for shows promise as a diagnostic tool. John C. Morris and other researchers weigh in on its potential. Read more.
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GV of Ormond Beach 2h
Do you know the difference between and disease? discusses both of these:
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Ann Campanella Nov 10
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Anna Bach 19h
I joined so that I can learn more of the disparities a Vietnamese American Caregiver would face when caring for their love ones with . It AMAZING to hear that works have been acknowledged not only in USA, but also Vietnam!!!
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America's Charities Nov 4
Are you looking for an easier way to find a clinical trial that you or your loved one qualify for? Visit Alzheimer's Disease Research search tool today: Support CFC#30518
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myALZteam 5h
Alzheimer’s is different from mild forgetfulness that can be part of the normal aging process. It's the leading cause of dementia, accounting for 60 to 80 % of cases. Read more about the history and prevalence of :
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