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Sadananda Gowda 21 Sep 19
Alzheimer is known to affect adults above 65 years and older. However, 5% of those diagnosed have early onset Alzheimer Disease. Consult your doctor for an early diagnosis and treatment.
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Community Integrated 21 Sep 18
🎥 Here’s our Director of Older People’s Services, Richard, donating a memory box to Lauren from 😁 The nostalgic items were donated on behalf of our partners 🙌 Thank you for inviting us to celebrate with you and 👏☺️
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The House Live 21 Sep 18
On World Alzheimer Day, Secretary of State for Health and Social Care Matt Hancock asks everyone to take a moment to reflect on what they can do for people with dementia
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Brigham and Women's Sep 21
Change your behavior, change your brain. Lifestyle modifications have been shown to reduce development of Alzheimer's disease, or slow progression of symptoms. Today, we recognize & explore how to reduce your risk of Alzheimer's.
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Tweepsmap 21 Sep 15
Lets apply our collective brains to conquer frailties of individual brains.
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وزارة الصحة ووقاية المجتمع الإماراتية - MOHAP UAE Sep 24
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Alzheimer is one of the most common diseases worldwide that occurs with the aging process, educate yourself and learn more about this disease.
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Sarah Butchard 21 Sep 18
Important everyday but particularly on to remember how important it is to promote the Human Rights of people living with dementia. You can view the films here:
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Mediaplanet USA 21 Sep 15
shares with us why she is a fierce advocate for 's.
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Cochrane 21 Sep 17
World 's Day is 21 September - read more about on
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Royal Navy & Royal Marines Charity 21 Sep 19
Today is and part of our work is to ensure our & veteran community get the help they need. We help fund who currently care residents with require low to medium dementia care
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Jagat Prakash Nadda 21 Sep 15
I thank all the caregivers who play the most important role in an Alzheimer patient's life.
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Statistics Canada 21 Sep 18
Alzheimer's disease is the most common type of neurodegenerative disorder or dementia. Among people aged 45 or older in private households in Canada, an estimated 0.8% (109,500) had a diagnosis of dementia.
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Vancouver Coastal Health 21 Sep 18
Today is – wondering what you can do to help? 1⃣ Participate in prevention studies 2⃣ Volunteer your time 3⃣ Thank a caregiver for their hard work
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NCD Alliance 21 Sep 19
Today is ➡️Check out 's Disease International's World Report 2019 on attitudes to . 🗣and reduce the stigma that persists globally!
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Froglife 21 Sep 18
Our funded Green Pathways for Life project works with people living well with dementia (of all types) in Glasgow, getting outdoors + improving local greenspaces for amphibians & reptiles both inside + out of care homes.
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DrDr (😊)Wendy Mitchell 21 Sep 15
It's today - seems like a good day to read my blog on why positive language helps
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3Nations Dementia Working Group 22 Sep 18
The Salzburg Statement on Innovations in Dementia Care and Dementia-Friendly Communities:
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Ontario Ministry of Health 21 Sep 17
Today is . DYK up to half the cases of may be the result of these 6 risk factors
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GE Healthcare 21 Sep 17
Disease: This has the potential to make the difference in patient care
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SYNAPSE R&D Managers 21 Sep 18
Every 3 seconds someone develops dementia. Check out how projects are addressing the challenge of developing new treatments and new tools for diagnosis.
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