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John M. Talmadge, MD Sep 19
Individuals in dementia lose the ability to assess risk and accurately measure consequences of their actions. This is happening to Trump. Normal people don't blunder like this on a daily basis and repeatedly deny reality.
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John M. Talmadge, MD 7h
WH this a.m. — Still watching Trump ramble, repeat himself, re-litigate old grudges, limited to simple phrases, deflects the whistleblower issue. This is serious dysfunction and mental impairment.
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John M. Talmadge, MD 7h
this morning: “This I can tell you, we’ll see what happens,” a litany of boasts & repeats. “I defeated the Califate 100%, we have thousands of prisoners of war,” DJT says. May be the worst I have seen him. Rambling wreck from Dementia Tech.
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Lori Shemek, PhD Sep 17
Because of coffee’s antioxidant properties, some studies have found that drinking it regularly can decrease the risk of Alzheimer’s disease and Type 2 diabetes. Adding dairy such as milk or cream prevents the bio-availability of the antioxidants.
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John M. Talmadge, MD Sep 19
As his cognitive decline worsens, Trump puts his staff in a bind on a daily basis. His reality testing is fading, and he has not had a cogent give-and-take conversation in months. He simply talks. Normal people don't act like this.
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MitoMedicine Sep 16
Mitochondria as Potential Targets in Alzheimer Disease Therapy: An Updatehttps://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31507410.
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John M. Talmadge, MD Sep 19
A good example of rambling speech, simple phrases & multiple misstatements. Doesn't answer questions substantively. Quite strange. Wandering thoughts, vague assertions, embarrassing in many ways. "We will see what we will see."
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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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John M. Talmadge, MD Sep 17
This is not a tweet. It’s a symptom.
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John M. Talmadge, MD Sep 16
“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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John M. Talmadge, MD Sep 17
Trump makes at least 26 false claims at NM rally. Prevarication (lies) and confabulation (making stuff up) are dementia symptoms. He’s unaware of his impairment. Staff and family are enabling a sick man.
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Laura Sweet Sep 18
This is outstanding. Sharing in honor of my dear dad, and all the other people suffering with , *and* their devoted caregivers.
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Tim Sargeant Sep 16
Congratulations !! - Lauren's PhD project has resulted in high quality publications and now Lauren looks set to continue her research career by taking on a postdoc on in the States with Prof Ralph Nixon's lab - we're very proud of you!
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Jessica Gallegos Sep 16
Anyone know good people to follow for dementia and/or on ? This weekend was a wake up call, nothing like bathing & remindng your mother-in-law when to use the bathroom. Thank you!!
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John M. Talmadge, MD Sep 15
Dementia patients lack the “censor” and lose impulse control, exhibiting “spoiled child” behavior. Trump uttered blasphemy, and most evangelicals will probably forgive him.
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Marianne Sciucco Sep 18
Perini’s book features a character with Alzheimer’s in an unusual way.
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InvestAcure 12h
Is Alzheimer's caused by copper? Neurons need it to communicate, but unusually high levels have been found in brain plaques. “It was an unusual finding, and we want to know more about it."
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Hilarity for Charity 23h
You know what’s not fun? . But do you know what IS fun? When friends, family, and 1,500 awesome people come together to laugh in the face of Alzheimer’s during no less! And that’s what we did last Saturday night - enjoy our 2019 recap. 🎡
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Barry Seemungal 24h
Great to see this evening Paola. Supporting your work at @AlsDisInt
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Medscape Neurology Sep 19
drug donepezil is associated with a 2-fold higher risk for hospital admission for .
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