2019 Studies Shed Light on Alzheimer’s in Women

2019 Studies Shed Light on Alzheimer’s in Women

Although Alzheimer’s is a global epidemic, recent studies are showing that women bear a disproportionate burden of the disease. The reason for this remains largely unclear, but an increasing body of research is taking a closer look at Alzheimer’s in women. Learn more about the impact of the disease on women and the studies that […]

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Why Is Alzheimer’s More Likely in Women?

Why Is Alzheimer’s More Likely in Women?

Last Updated: September 5, 2019 It’s no secret that women are more likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease. Researchers previously attributed this to the longevity of women, but scientists are finding that there may be other contributing factors to the disease. Learn more about the new studies and what may be causing more women to suffer from Alzheimer’s.  Alzheimer’s […]

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September 21 Marks World Alzheimer’s Day

September 21 Marks World Alzheimer’s Day

The international campaign sponsored by Alzheimer’s Disease International (ADI), “World Alzheimer’s Day” is a global effort to raise awareness and challenge the stigma that surrounds dementia. Learn more about September 21, 2019, World Alzheimer’s Day, and how you can make a positive impact for a cure this month. A Global Fight Against Alzheimer’s Disease The […]

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Make a Difference During World Alzheimer’s Month

Make a Difference During World Alzheimer’s Month

Last Updated: August 29, 2019 September is World Alzheimer’s Month and it’s an ideal time to get involved, help raise awareness and show support so we can one day find a cure for the disease. When my grandmother was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease in 2005, it suddenly all made sense. She hadn’t been herself for some time, […]

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How Technology Can Help People With Alzheimer’s Avoid Emergency Rooms

How Technology Can Help People With Alzheimer’s Avoid Emergency Rooms

Many Americans are turning to technology in hopes of detecting or preventing medical conditions or diseases, like Alzheimer’s. More than just expensive, emergency room visits for senior loved ones with the disease can be confusing and traumatizing. Learn more about the importance of avoiding unnecessary trips to emergency rooms for loved ones with Alzheimer’s disease […]

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How Alzheimer’s Is Diagnosed

How Alzheimer’s Is Diagnosed

Last Updated: August 13, 2019 When you think a loved one has Alzheimer’s disease, it can be tempting to look for an easy and quick diagnosis. While new research shows potential to diagnose Alzheimer’s through simple tests, such as blood tests or retina tests, actually diagnosing the disease requires a careful medical evaluation by a skilled physician. […]

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