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Brain Changes of Menopause May Promote Alzheimer’s

January 17, 2018

The hormone changes that occur in a woman’s body during menopause may affect the brain in ways that increase the… Read More

How Art Can Aid People With Alzheimer’s

December 22, 2017

Art has been used for centuries to help people express what they cannot put into words. And across the country,… Read More

Music Can Be a Balm for People With Alzheimer’s Disease

December 22, 2017

Music can ease the agitation and anxiety that often afflicts those with Alzheimer’s disease. Beloved melodies and favorite songs and… Read More

Crossword Puzzles May Help Keep the Brain Young

December 18, 2017

Doing crossword puzzles regularly may help to keep the brain up to 10 years younger late in life. And the… Read More

Creating Connections – Visual arts programming for people with Alzheimer’s disease flourishes

December 18, 2017

Whether encouraged through the aid of professional art therapists in museums or assisted by trained volunteers in homes or care… Read More

Experimental Alzheimer’s Drug, Intepirdine, Disappoints in Study

December 12, 2017

Late-stage trials of an experimental drug called intepirdine showed disappointing results in improving memory and thinking skills in people with… Read More

An Eye Scan for Alzheimer’s?

December 12, 2017

Researchers are getting closer to developing an eye scan to detect Alzheimer’s disease at its earliest stages, before symptoms become… Read More

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