Tag Archive: memory loss

November 4, 2016

Alzheimer’s Brain Changes May Start Early in Life

Brain differences reminiscent of changes observed in Alzheimer’s disease may be visible as early as childhood, a new report found,… Read More

September 16, 2016

Getting a Clinical Diagnosis of Alzheimer’s May Have Safety Benefits

Getting a formal diagnosis of dementia may be an important step in helping people with early Alzheimer’s disease to stay… Read More

September 16, 2016

Making the Most of Mealtimes for People With Alzheimer’s

Getting people with Alzheimer’s to eat and drink enough can be a challenging part of day-to-day care. But good nutrition… Read More

September 12, 2016

Newly Inducted Into the Basketball Hall of Fame, Shaquille O’Neal, Joins the Fisher Center for Alzheimer’s Research Foundation to Raise Funds for Groundbreaking Research in the Quest for a Cure

New York, New York September 12, 2016 – The Fisher Center for Alzheimer’s Research Foundation announces that, for the seventh… Read More

August 11, 2016

Could Alzheimer’s Be Caused by a Brain Infection?

A provocative new study posits the theory that Alzheimer’s disease may be a response to infection in the brain. It… Read More