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Ian Kremer Aug 1
Please re-Tweet if you agree that and other forms of are unaffordable financially, physically, emotionally & ethically. We need better care and support, and more research to .
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Journal of Alzheimer's Disease Aug 5
A study in JAD by Daniel Amen () et al. reveals that as a person’s weight goes up, all regions of the brain go down in activity and blood flow. Striking patterns of reduced blood flow were found. Read more via:
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Alzheimer's Association Aug 5
Walk to End Alzheimer’s is coming to every sidewalk, track & trail across the country. Register today and walk on your own or with a small team of friends and family while raising important funds and awareness to : .
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Mary Margaret Aug 4
The latest, hardest 1000 piece jig saw puzzle. My love found 90% of the pieces. He looks for shapes. I look for colors. I continue to be awestruck.💜
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Cai Yoke 3h
Because of COVID-19 restrictions at long-term care communities in our state, families have been unable to see their loved ones in person. it’s time for rapid testing for all assisted living residents, staff and visitors.
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Timothy Omundson Jul 31
Thank you, I just found out that the mom of a THIRD dear friend has been diagnosed with this horrible disease. and I will continue to help you fight to in every way you ask!💜💜💜
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Alzheimer's Association Jul 31
What a week! More than 32,000 registered attendees joined together virtually for , discussing the latest studies, theories & discoveries that will help bring the world closer to breakthroughs in dementia science. Read our top 5 takeaways:
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Ian Kremer Jul 30
Please re-Tweet if you support these 10 rights for people living with disease and other forms of .
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Alyssa Malette Jul 30
You would never look at a photo of my dad and know he is struggling with Alzheimer’s disease. We’ve had more setbacks than usual this month, this disease is cruel and heart breaking 💔My mom is an angel and we’re so lucky to have her.
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Bryan James Aug 4
More evidence that the incidence of is declining in the US and Europe. Most likely due to cardiovascular control and improved education, but more research is needed--ESPECIALLY in more diverse cohorts
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Alzheimer's Assn WNY 1h
❀Forget-Me-Not flowers❀ symbolize our fight to end Alzheimer’s. You can earn a limited edition purple Forget-Me-Not pin by raising $200 for the Walk to End Alzheimer’s through August 31. Get started: .
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Alzheimer's Association RI 2h
Looking for something fun do while supporting the fight to ? 😊 Register for the Elmridge Golf Tournament with NBC 10's Sam Read to benefit the Alzheimer's Association RI Chapter!
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CVS in the Community Aug 5
We’re thrilled to be the National Presenting Sponsor of Walk to End Alzheimer’s.
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Alzheimer's Association Aug 5
This year, Walk to End Alzheimer’s is everywhere. Every big city and every small town—thousands walking on their own or with a small team of family and friends to raise awareness in their communities. Join us as we move forward to : .
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Joe Aug 4
My dad has always been a true role model. Words we could all use right now. Let’s work together to make the world a better place.
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Alz Hudson Valley 3h
Join others in your community in fighting for a world without Alzheimer’s and all other dementia by registering for ! Walk on your own or with a small team of family & friends wherever you choose while raising funds and awareness to : .
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Ian Kremer Aug 5
Join us August 13 for the free virtual with research themes including , , , and care settings. Register to attend:
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Pam Bishop Tackett 22h
Thank you for understanding that families with loved ones in long-term care facilities want to be reunited soon.
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Alzheimer's Association Jul 31
As we move closer to a blood test that can accurately detect Alzheimer's, shares how this diagnostic tool could support drug development by matching people to clinical trials & by tracking the impact of therapies being tested.
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CVS in the Community Aug 5
This year, instead of a large in-person gathering, we will be walking in small, safe groups in communities across the U.S. Walk with us to help build a future without Alzheimer’s. Register today by visiting
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