An Alzheimer’s Diagnosis Without Memory Loss

An Alzheimer’s Diagnosis Without Memory Loss

Memory loss is often the most common and noticeable symptom of Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. In some cases, family members may notice other signs that occur before memory loss becomes apparent. If your parent is not experiencing memory loss, that doesn’t mean you can disregard Alzheimer’s as a possibility. Read more about […]

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What the Experts Do to Promote Brain Health

What the Experts Do to Promote Brain Health

Exercise is known for having many mental and physical benefits, including improving brain health and lowering the risk of diabetes, heart disease and stress. Physical exercise is a relatively loose term, however, open for a wide range of interpretation. To find out more about the type of physical activity that is best for Alzheimer’s prevention, […]

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How to Raise Awareness for Alzheimer’s on the Longest Day

How to Raise Awareness for Alzheimer’s on the Longest Day

Last Updated: June 11, 2018 June is Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month. Take the opportunity to show your support for Alzheimer’s disease this summer on the Longest Day, where thousands will come together to raise awareness for the disease. Learn more about how you can participate on June 21, 2018. About the Longest Day More than […]

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The Alzheimer’s Prevention Clinic Begins New Project to Educate Students on the Disease

The Alzheimer’s Prevention Clinic Begins New Project to Educate Students on the Disease

The Alzheimer’s Prevention Clinic at New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center is a unique facility, the first of its kind in the United States. Its partner organization, Alzheimer’s Universe at AlzU.org, offers free, online educational lessons for people with Alzheimer’s disease and their caregivers and family members. Read more about the new project educating young students […]

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Calorie Restriction Diets May Improve Risks for Age-Related Diseases

Calorie Restriction Diets May Improve Risks for Age-Related Diseases

Researchers are finding that lowering the overall number of calories a person eats each day may have huge health benefits. In several recent studies, calorie restriction diets have prevented age-related inflammation and improved risks for age-related diseases like Alzheimer’s, cancer, diabetes and Parkinson’s disease. Learn about these diets and read more about the health benefits […]

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