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A recent study on the differences between healthy brains and those affected by Alzheimer’s disease has revealed a brain map, now freely available online for any scientist. A team of researchers from the University of Auckland, Bristol, Liverpool and Manchester successfully published the most comprehensive map of the Alzheimer’s brain.Alzheimer's Brain Map Published by Scientists

Learn more about the Alzheimer’s brain map, the study and its impact on future Alzheimer’s research.

Alzheimer’s Brain Map Shows the Progression of the Disease

The study, published in the journal Communications Biology, was funded by the Alzheimer’s Research UK and maps the relative levels of more than 5,825 Read more

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Family get-togethers, fireworks and great food make the Fourth of July a fun holiday for us, but that is not always the case for our parents and senior loved ones with dementia. So, what can you do to have an enjoyable and safe holiday with your loved one this year?10 Tips on Celebrating the Fourth of July With a Loved One With Dementia

Read these 10 tips for celebrating Independence Day with a senior loved one with dementia.

Celebrating the Fourth of July With a Loved One With Dementia

You can help parents and senior loved ones with dementia feel included and safe by modifying your Independence Day celebration Read more

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