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Georgia Ede MD Sep 9
is a neurodegenerative condition that gradually starves and shrinks the brain over decades. Be an early adopter of the cutting-edge science of hope: feed your brain properly, improve its metabolism, and start reducing your risk today.
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Steve B #FBPE🇪🇺#Revoker Sep 15
Just been told that my father won't last the night. 😓
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April Whitzman 6h
Today, my father was diagnosed with . My rock and idol, it's sad and scary for him (and my mom). Dad is the reason I am the person AND baseball fan I am today. Life can change pretty fast, so hug your loved ones tight & watch baseball with 'em every chance you can.
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Metamorphosis Rox 20h
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important to you. But you see, my mom has and she's bad enough that she can't remember words, dates or the man she was married to for over 60 years. So yes, I forgave Rich a year ago when he cleared his mistake, and no, I don't care what brand of makeup you buy.
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#RobinHood 16h
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Sophie Leggett 5h
I have 100% belief that research will and take us to a future where there are disease modifying treatments and/or cures for the many forms of dementia including which affects almost all of my family in mid life.
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Ian Kremer Sep 13
Please reTweet to help raise awareness that not all is Alzheimer's disease.There are 100+ different types of dementia, including . Learn more:
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Ian Kremer Sep 10
tip: turning the frustration of repetitive questions into positive conversation starters
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Ian Kremer Sep 15
Please re-Tweet this gentle reminder for those fortunate few whose lives never have been touched by disease or another form of .
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Ian Kremer 23h
Please re-Tweet if you believe that we can defy and defeat stigma by bringing our stories out from the shadows.
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Dr. Mehmet Oz Sep 11
Whether you're a patient or a caregiver, takes a big toll on everyone it touches. Here are some tips you can utilize.
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Emily Wilson 7h
Very productive day at the first Alzheimer's Society volunteer advisory panel. Looking forward to working with the team
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Barb Kowal Sep 15
Must get more fundraising and resources to ...here on Cape Cod today helping raise awareness and fundraising on the Alzheimer’s Walk - let’s end it.
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CDC Sep 13
Severe memory loss is not a normal part of aging. Discuss memory loss with a healthcare provider to help reduce your risk for .
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John M. Talmadge, MD 12h
“Perseveration” is the medical term used when dementia patients can’t seem to turn loose of an issue or a subject that bothers them. They can’t “get off it,” but they don’t realize how weird it looks. Fred Trump died in dementia, which runs in families.
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USA Medical Research🇺🇸 Sep 14
Measuring how quickly a person's pupil dilates while they are taking cognitive tests may be a low-cost, low-invasive method to aid in screening individuals at increased genetic risk for 's disease (AD) before cognitive decline begins.
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Penn Memory Center Sep 15
Giving up driving can be a difficult but necessary step for your loved to prevent harm to them and others. PMC spoke with a certified driving rehab specialist about how to approach handing over the keys.
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GAP Foundation Sep 13
What’s one of the best things you can do for a parent with ?
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Megan Kelly 🌊 6m
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Cathy 4h
Kevin is running the Yorkshire marathon in October for Alzheimer's Society. Please support him in his efforts to raise a tonne of cash for this worthy cause. Thank you so, so much xx
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