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VenetiaJane's Garden Sep 21
A bouquet of purple flowers for in support of all those whose lives are affected by dementia.
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Angela Williams Sep 21
Visited my 75yr old Dad at the nursing home on the way home from work-to chat thru my weeks events of family & work life-He didn’t recognise me, or respond, or understand-but its still important to share stuff with him-even after 16yrs living with this☹️👨‍👧
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Mama Twist Sep 23
On and have launched an incredible new project which will save lives of people living with dementia by training to find them quickly and safely if they go missing. Find out more:
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Brandon Lewis Sep 22
Take a moment to read this & remember how many suffer on . I’ve had family who have lived with Alzheimer’s & all progress in dealing with it is highly valued by all.
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Sporting Memories Sep 21
Replying to @SportsMemNet
If you RT one tweet today, please make it this one 850,000 people live with dementia in the UK On let’s see how far we can share Bill’s amazing story Memories of the beautiful game, tackling dementia
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Pete Sessions Sep 21
Today is , a day to raise awareness and support for a cure to this debilitating disease that affects nearly 6 million Americans. In August, I visited a Memories in the Making class for residents of the Memory Unit of the Plaza at Richardson.
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Cristina Ferrare Sep 21
My friend published an op-ed for ! Please go to my profile page and press the link to read all about what she is sharing! You can also go to my Facebook…
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Royal Institution Oct 6
Join us on the 11th October for 'Understanding Alzheimer’s'. In what's sure to be a fascinating event a panel of winning researchers will discuss diseases of the ageing brain, chaired by 🧠 Tickets here 👉
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Rep. Pete Olson Sep 21
September 21st is . In the US alone, an estimated 5.7 million people are living w/ Alzheimer’s. We must continue research efforts to find a cure & .
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Dan Donovan Sep 21
On , let us recommit to raising awareness and supporting those afflicted with this condition. As someone whose family has been impacted by Alzheimer's, I remain committed to this cause.
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David Perlmutter, MD Sep 21
More attempts to find a miracle cure for Alzheimer’s are needed, but to curb future cases we need to focus on prevention. One lifestyle change to consider: eating more healthy fats!
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AlzheimersResearchUK Sep 21
We must be bold and talk about dementia differently to challenge the fatalism that surrounds the condition and inspire belief that research can . This is the story of our new campaign.
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Bechara Choucair Sep 21
Did you know Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of ? At , we recognize the huge role caregivers play in making health care accessible to loved ones.
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Nanette D. Barragán Sep 21
Like so many others, Alzheimer's is personal for me. On this let us remember the ones we've lost and commit ourselves to finding a cure for this horrible disease.
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Cleveland Clinic Sep 21
Behaviors in mid-life can impact our brain composition later in life.
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AlzheimersResearchUK Sep 21
📣 If you're planning on getting some home improvements this weekend, you can add 50p on to your purchase and help fund life-changing dementia research!
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Martha McSally Sep 21
Many of us have a loved one or know someone struggling with Alzheimer’s. On this we raise awareness for research, those in need, and their families. I will continue to support legislation that funds Alzheimer’s disease research w/ the goal of
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LBC Sep 21
In the UK, one in three people will die with dementia. On , this is how you can help @AlzheimersResearchUK.
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Max Lugavere Sep 21
For do yourself a favor and grab my book which is a small investment to make in your brain health that will pay big dividends. Alzheimer's begins in the brain decades before the first symptom. Don't wait!
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Alzheimer's Assoc. Sep 21
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