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Maria Shriver Sep 21
I challenge political leaders&candidates to do their part to confront the devastating toll takes on millions of Americans. We all need to step up. This is one issue elected officials, business &citizens can rally around.
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Ian Kremer Sep 14
Please re-Tweet to help other understand the difference between and disease. (image via )
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Lauren Maria Allam 9h
You know what’s heartbreaking? Alzheimers and dementia... Can you imagine living a full life and being the best person you could be... And then one day not even recognising your children? Open your mind. Raise awareness. Do things others can’t...
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Lori Shemek, PhD Sep 15
The Startling Link Between Sugar and Alzheimer's high-carb diet, and resulting high blood sugar, are associated with cognitive decline.
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Ian Kremer Sep 22
Some people ask why I spend precious time on social media, or say (some of) my posts are sappy. Many more people — kind and generous people — welcome or need simple messages of hope, purpose and dignity when facing disease and other forms of .
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The Lancet Sep 21
On , visit The Lancet Clinic page for the latest research, reviews, and disease content across The Lancet journals
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Greg Draven Sep 22
"Let's go outside after grandma?What is it, tell me grandma? What do you want, tell me?" "I love you..." "I love you as well, I love you as well, okay? You don't need to cry. Every thing is okay. Alright? We take care of you." sufferer remembers for a moment. 😭
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AMA 14h
According to recent reports, the number of patients could reach 14 million by 2060.
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Liza Vespi 10h
Replying to @Cinemacricket
Thanks for sharing, Paula! Always looking for the latest science on brain health. Lost my father to 10 years ago.
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Ann Campanella 18h
With and my birthday side by side on the calendar, it’s no wonder I’m passionate about awareness. ❤️💜❤️
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Parry Shen Sep 21
“Promise me that when I can’t remember you, you’ll remember... how much I wanted to.” I wasn’t cutting onions. It wasn’t dusty. I was straight up crying. Beautiful scene,
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Toby, Henry & Me 👩🏻‍🌾🌻🐾🐾 Sep 19
It’s my mum’s birthday today & it’s difficult to know what to get someone with . She has no interest in anything at all, but she does love cuddly and tactile. So here she is, Lexi Leopard 🧡
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Shannon Proudfoot Sep 18
Three years ago, Jo and Robin shared their story: Jo was diagnosed with in his 30s. Now, the "bastard monster" has stolen more and forced impossible decisions on Robin—but Jo still announces himself in moments of surprising clarity and wit.
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Evan Holler 8h
Replying to @Alz_CNFL
The friendships I've made through my work with is something I will cherish in my heart always! We are stronger together & together we will change history so future generations can live in a world w/o disease.💜
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CoryFuneralcare 19h
Lovely walk today for the Alzheimer’s Society! Thanks to June for organising the event!
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Caroline Coulthard Sep 19
Lady with Alzheimer’s in clinic today, finger pain due to compulsive chewing 😕 Pulls splints off & chews through bandaging. Good convo with one of our T&O nurses & will now be recommending a ‘fidget blanket’ as distraction - what a superb idea! A new one for me!
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Martin Cárdenas 14h
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Susan Katz 15h
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gary kendrew 15h
After completing the 6k memory walk yesterday at Temple Newsam in Leeds. Digger the Dachshund crashes out in front of the fire sporting his new society bandana . He ran most of the way and was the first and fastest dachshund to complete the course.
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Alexander Ehrenberg Sep 19
Just released! Work done with and shows that neuropsychiatric symptoms may be early manifestations of pathology. Can we leverage psychiatric phenotypes to make better, earlier diagnoses?
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